Monday, November 3, 2014

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Jody Ewing

My case summary for the April 2013 unsolved murder of Reginald Bryan in Des Moines has just been featured on the Real Justice Now site, along with their announcement that they've received a pledge reward donation of $100,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Reginald's killer.

My article, “The Waverly Three,” has been published and is now featured on Defrosting Cold Cases as their ‘November Case of the Month.’

The story is about three young Waverly, Iowa women who were strangled between 1971 and 1976, including Julie Benning, the sister of fellow IWW and Novels-L member Carol Kean. Links to Carol's blog and the IWW are included in the article.

Joanna M. Weston

Two poems, “The broken window.” and “Whose hands?” in Big Pulp's Murder & Macabre print edition.

Theresa A. Cancro

Two haiku of mine are up on the November 2014 tea-themed issue of Brass Bell: A Haiku Journal. (scroll down)

Two poems, “Summer Carnival: A Ride Through Time,” and “Carnival Evening,” in Kind of a Hurricane Press' latest anthology, Life is a Roller Coaster. (print and e-book formats)

Guilie Castillo-Oriard

My story for the 2014. ‘A Year In Stories,’ project gets an ultra-generous review at Stephen Ramey's blog.

Sarah Corbett Morgan

My latest review—Shepherd: A Memoir, by By Richard Gilbert—is live over at the Internet Review of Books.

Francene Stanley

Just released my third novel in the Moonstone series, Shattered Shells. A grieving woman, a small-time crook and a prostitute on the run.

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