Elise VanCise’s psychic thriller, “Don’t Touch” has an official re-release date on March 25th. Be on the look out for more coming about the characters and locations.
Linda Simoni-Wastila has a small story, “Glitter Blues”, in MiCrow’s eight issue, “Luminous”. Edited by Michael Solender, it is a gorgeous set of pictures and words around the theme of light, with a cast you will recognize.
Jodi MacArthur had not only one, but two stories published in the recent past. At Pulp Modern, she has an October story that came out in January, “Smashing Roxy“. And as part of ladies night at Pulp Metal Magazine you will find the “Deadlier than the Male” issue up with Jodi’s story “In the Pines“.
Dan Powell’s, “Storm in a Teacup”, earned itself a runners-up spot in the first ever Salt Short Story Prize. It will appear later this year in Salt’s first New Writing anthology alongside the winners and runners-up for not only the Short Story Prize but the Flash Fiction and Poetry Prize also. Dan has been busy. He was over on the Salt blog talking about how his collection “Looking out of Broken Windows” came into being and his future plans. Head over to the Salt blog to have a read. Also, Dan’s essay on Chekhov’s “The Exclamation Mark” is live over on the short story forum, Thresholds.
Laura Eno’s book, “Immortal Desires”, has been nominated for Best Romance – Paranormal Romance 2012, by The Romance Reviews. Voting continues until March 31st, so do drop by and cast your own.
Tony Noland talks about what it feels like to be THAT GUY, on Today’s Author. “That Guy” meaning: the one who didn’t study writing in school, didn’t start off wanting to pursue a career as a writer and who often feels three or four Presidents older than most of his writer cohort. Go check it out, it is inspiring. In a different article, Tony also takes it upon himself to “question his betters” as he phrased it.
Jodi Cleghorn, after the the good news “Elyora” had found a digital home with Endeavour Press as River of Bones, she is now also a finalist in the short horror section of the Aurealis Awards. Go read the press release for the other finalists names.
G. P. Ching has ARCs available for her book, “Soul Catcher”. If you are a blogger who would like to read and review, please email her and include a link to your blog.
Congratulations to everyone!
-Estrella Azul & Angie C.
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