Monday, March 7, 2016

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Les Denham

It's not exactly a writing yahoo, but most of it is my words: the March issue of the Geophysical Society of Houston Journal has three pages of an interview about my career in geophysics. I had the interview back in December. The second half of the interview will be published in the April issue.

Theresa A. Cancro

A few yahoos for the month of March:

1) One haiku of mine is included in A Hundred Gourds 5:2, March 2016.

2) Three haiku appear in the March 2016 issue of Brass Bell, women and girls theme. (Haiku are arranged alphabetically by poets' first names.)

3) One haiku included in The Heron's Nest, Volume XVIII, Number 1 (March 2016).

4) One haiku published in Wild Plum, Issue 2:1, Spring & Summer 2016. Scroll to page 41.

Joanna M. Weston

Two haiku up at the Brass Bell, celebrating National Women's day on March 8th. Scroll down, the haiku are in alphabetical order by first names.

Lynne Hinkey

My novel, "Ye Gods!" has received a very nice review by Seriously Reading. They also posted an author interview.

Shawn Simon

Thanks to Mona, I have a guest blog on her site. The blog is about how my personal experience as a stepmom.

Wayne Scheer

A nonfiction story of mine, "The Essex Street Garden," is included in a print anthology, Tomato Slices.  The anthology includes stories, essays, poems, recipes and art work dealing with tomatoes.

Contributors will share 50% of the profits, so I assume everyone will run out and buy multiple copies of the book and, perhaps, I'll earn enough to buy a tomato.

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