Monday, June 24, 2013

IWW Members' Publishing Successes



Wayne Scheer

A science fiction love story, “Cloning Clark,” has been bought by Big Pulp for publication next year.  They accept genre fiction--crime, horror, science fiction, romance, etc.--and pay a penny a word.  Good people to work with. www.bigpulp.com

My short story, “Three Generations,” critiqued in Fiction about a year ago, is up at Infective Inkwww.infectiveink.com Infective Ink uses a theme for each issue, pays $10 a story, and responds promptly. Good people to work with, too.

Sarah Corbett Morgan

My light-hearted essay, “The Cédula Wars,” all about tangling with Costa Rican immigration requirements, is up over at the Costa Rican Times. http://bit.ly/1009A6U Many thanks to the good people over at NonFiction who helped make this piece stronger.

Joanna M. Weston

A poem, “The way to you,” up at Our Day's Encounter. http://adaysencounter.com/wordpress/?p=1959

Lynne Hinkey

My guest blog about my path to publishing is up at Mona's Montana Scribbler site:
http://montanascribbler.com/2013/06/partnership-publishing-is-it-right-for.html

Myra Nelson

My review of Too Cool for School is up at the Internet Review of Books.
http://internetreviewofbooks.blogspot.com/

Jack Shakely

My new novel, Che Guevara's Marijuana and Baseball Savings and Loan: a novel of the early days of the Peace Corps, is out, published by Xlibris. An e-book version will be available in a week or two.

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