Monday, May 23, 2016

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Jeannette de Beauvoir

I'm very pleased that my novel In Dark Woods is now available as an ebook on Kindle and most other digital platforms. My literary agent has been trying to find a traditional home for it for a decade now, and we've both finally given up. It just doesn't fit into any niches.

In the acknowledgments I thank the IWW and members of the Novels-L list, many if not most of whom are no longer active - which goes to show how long ago that it was critted!

Lori Sambol Brody

I have a flash up at Necessary Fiction.
Theresa A. Cancro

I've had several successes recently:

1) Three Line Poetry, Issue #37 - One poem. Click on Issue #37 and scroll down.
2) The Bamboo Hut, Spring 2016 issue - Eight haiku. Click on issue cover, scroll to pages 60-61.

3) Lost Paper, "Keys: Short Pieces on a Theme" Arranged alphabetically by first name.
4) Dead Snakes - Four poems. Two poems posted on 5/13/16 - "What the Numbed May Inherit" and "At Low Tide." Two poems posted on 5/19/16 - "The Sunbeam" and "Gods, Guns, No Roses."
5) The Weekly Avocet (emailed to subscribers of The Avocet): One tanka and four nature quotes.

Joanna M. Weston

A short piece in Lost Paper on Keys. Scroll down, the pieces are in alphabetical order by first name.

Mark Kline

My translation of "The Last Supper" by Klaus Wivel, an account of the situation of Christians in the Middle East, has been published by New Vessel Press. Klaus did a tour of the US, here's a link to a radio show he did with Leonard Lopate in New York.

My translation of Sara Blaedel's crime thriller, "The Killing Forest," was published earlier this year by Grand Central Publishing.

And finally, a story of mine, "Ghosts That Never Lived," is in the spring 2016 issue of the Tulane Review, the litmag published by Tulane University. Thanks to everyone on Fiction who helped me with the story.

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