My April column is up at KCParent.com in the Word from Dad feature. This column marks my fifth anniversary of writing this feature. Entitled 'Because I Said So,' it's also available in print in KC Parent magazine.
Joanna M. Weston
My poem, “The girl on the barstool,”is at Gutter Eloquence.
Robin Cain http://www.robincain.com
Both Beth Camp and I survived the last Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award cut for a General Fiction.
Sarah Corbett Morgan
My review of a most interesting memoir, The Other Side of Paradise: Life in the New Cuba (Julia Cooke), is live at the Internet Review of Books.
My story, “Night Music,” is up at Wolf Willow Journal. I wrote it as a twist on the standard Halloween ghost story.
Theresa A. Cancro
A short poem in Three Line Poetry, Issue #25 (click on the issue, then scroll down to the end)
One haiku at A Handful of Stones for Wednesday, 16 April 2014:
Three haiku, with German translations, in Chrysanthemum's current issue (#15) (scroll to page 10):
One poem, “Winter White,” at Leaves of Ink for today, April 19, 2014.
My CNF story, “Dies Irae,” has been accepted by The Big Muddy Review, a publication of The Southeast Missouri State University Press. Big Muddy Review masthead at this link, but not my story which will appear only in print.
Another print-only publication, Little Patuxent Review, will have my short story, “Can't Sleep,” in an upcoming issue.
Also, a third short story has been accepted, a long one (7500 words, don't give up on length yet, folks). I have yet to find out when and in what form it will appear, so I will hold off on details until I get them.