Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Love letters ~ Where your fellow writers are getting published

Hi, Brian.
Finding Matthew has been reviewed by Book Clubs of Canada. Check it out here.
Looking forward to the Intensive course in April.
For information about all five courses starting in April, see here.

Hi, Brian.
My short story “My Choice” was first published in Quick Brown Fox in 2010. It was performed as a monologue at the 2013 Sarsvati International Cabaret of Monologues in Winnipeg, and has found a new home in The Furious Gazelle ~ a publication out of N.Y.
Yay, Elizabeth!
All good things,
Elizabeth Copeland
For information about submitting to The Furious Gazelle, see here.

Hi, Brian.
My short story, “The Hogshead Of Malmsey,” has won first place in the 2014 Canadian Tales writing contest with Red Tuque Books. Publication of the anthology will be this summer.
Michael Joll
For information about submitting to Red Tuque, see here.

Hi, Brian:
(shrieking like a girl) Commuterlit “loves” the story which I wrote in your Burlington “How to Build Your Story” workshop and wants to publish it in the next week or two.  Thank you so much for your guidance and contacts.  I promise to purchase a hearing aid when I make the big bucks.
Kathy Wood
Read Kathy’s story, “Stressor” here.

Hi, Brian.
I submitted my first completed short story to Commuter Lit 15 minutes ago . Now the sleepless nights begin LOL.
Debbie Scott
For information on submitting to CommuterLit, see here.

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