Monday, July 14, 2014

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Lynne Hinkey

“Golf Goes On,” will be included in the July issue of Infective INK, themed ‘Great Friendships.’

William Bartlett

My July column is up at in the ‘Word from Dad’ feature.  This month, it's entitled “Just Out for Soda,” and is just a little trifle to pay homage to summer.  It's also available in print in KC Parent magazine.

Mark Kline

My translation of Mette Moestrup's book of poetry, Kingsize, has been published by Subpress, a collective of writers. A lot of it is funny, a lot serious, some formal experiments, but innovative enough that it took four years to translate. It's available at small press distribution.

My translation of Line Baum Holm's, The Copenhagen Job, a non-fiction crime story, has been published by Atavist Books as an e-book. I understand they publish many books longer than mag articles and shorter than most books, the final edited version of the translation is probably around 20,000 words, if anyone might be interested in this market.

Bob Sanchez

My review of Mastering the Art of Quitting appears at the Internet Review of Books.

Theresa A. Cancro

My poem, “Dragonfly Musing,” is up at Dead Snakes.

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