Monday, March 24, 2014

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Joanna M. Weston

My poem, “Back-room Ghosts,” is at the Camel Saloon. 

My poem, “I have seen these stones rise,” is at Jellyfish Whispers.

Les Denham

My novel, Eldred's Schooner, (critiqued on NOVELS-L as The Schooner) has advanced to the second round of the 2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award.

Wayne Scheer

One of my favorite, multi-rejected comic stories, “The Writer Always Gets the Girl,” is up at Ken*Again.

My story, “Road Trip, “ won a fiction contest sponsored by a local theater group, Seven Stages, here in Atlanta.  The prize is a season's membership for two.

Claudette Alexander

I am running a free promo on Amazon on my debut novel Sunrise From an Icy Heart: A Memoir. At the end of my first day it was an Amazon Best Sellers: #1 in Love and Romance, #1 in Memoir, #1 in Relationhips and #1 in Health and Dieting.

Jamie Wilson

I have two stories in Liberty Island Magazine’s virtual pages: Biscuit Boy and Murder at CPAC.

Murder at CPAC was distributed as a promotional handout AT CPAC this year prior to its publication in Liberty Island Magazine.

I also have an entry in the Can You Write Better than Maureen Dowd contest, co-written with my friend C. R. Abraxas.

Behlor Santi

Brain World Magazine just published my essay titled, “Writing With Restraits.” (Spring 2014 issue).

Diversity Woman Magazine published my travel article on Boston in its Spring 2014 issue.

I also have an article on former welfare recipients turned nurses at Minority Nurse Magazine. Spring 2014 edition.

Monideepa Sahu

My interview with author Ru Freeman is published in Kitaab, a resource on Asian writing in English. They consider stories, poetry and essays related to Asia and Asian writing. The writer need not be Asian.

Mona Leeson Vanek

A story about my Sanders County Montana history is live today at Kristen Inbody, the author, will appreciate feedback.

Sue Ellis

My review of. The Trip to Echo Springs, by Olivia Laing is up at the Internet Review of Books, a look at how alcoholism affected the creativity of six famous (and deceased) American writers.

Prick of the Spindle's new issue 7.4 is up, and with it my review of The Conium Review, Spring 2013.  It was fun, reviewing the works of little-known writers like me, who did not disappoint.

Mira Desai

Harper Collins has just published a condensed ebook of my forthcoming translated novel, Hon'ble Minister, Jagubhai.

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