Congratulations to two regulars from the Wednesday afternoon class in Burlington, Sally Wylie and Patricia Kitteringham, who recently won prizes from Canadian Stories, A literary folk magazine. Sally won the Daryn Tsuji/Sharron Arksey Prize for her nonfiction story, "Never Forget – Make it Fly" and Patricia won the Jeannie Parsons Prize for her short story “Blueberry Picking.
Sally also recently had a story titled “The Tornado” published in The Stand: A New Collection of Canadian Short Stories by Polar Expressions Publishing, British Columbia, edited by Rachelle McCallum, and another Wednesday afternoon class regular, Glen Benison, also had his short story, “Waiting on the Cape” published in this collection.
The Stand is available from Polar Expressions Publishing here.
For information about submitting to Canadian Stories, see here.
And for information about ordering the 2018 Canadian Writers Contest Calendar, see here.
I thought you'd like to read "The Nightmare" which is posted on Commuterlit.com.
See you at the Thursday evening class.
Read Ted’s story here, and see his author page on CommuterLit, including a link to another of his stories, here.
For information on submitting to CommuterLit, see here.
Just wanted to share with you that I've had another story published recently. My story, "A Manger, Some Straw, and a Toddler" is the first in the latest Hot Apple Cider book, Christmas with Hot Apple Cider. The book is out now and available in stores, on amazon, and through the authors.
Thanks so much for providing a place to share this news!
Note: Christmas with Hot Apple Cider is available here.
My short story, "Orchids for Beth" has just been published on Story Quilt E-Magazine.
Note: Read "Orchids for Beth" here
After a frustrating morning of editing yesterday, two emails, requesting permission to publish, popped up in my inbox.
THAT never happens in my life!
Our Canada/Reader's Digest Feb 2018 Issue will publish "Namesake in a Legend" and the Globe and Mail will publish "Life Support" as a Facts and Arguments essay.
Needless to say I had a swollen head most of the evening and no wine induced it.
Read Barbara’s Facts & Arguments essay, “Life Support” in the Globe and Mail here,
For information about submitting a Facts & Arguments essay to the Globe and Mail see here.
For information about submitting to Our Canada, see here.
See Brian Henry’s schedule here, including writing workshops and creative writing courses in Algonquin Park, Bolton, Barrie, Brampton, Burlington, Caledon, Georgetown, Guelph, Hamilton, Ingersoll, Kingston, Kitchener, London, Midland, Mississauga, Oakville, Ottawa, Peterborough, St. Catharines, Saint John, NB, Sudbury, Thessalon, Toronto, Windsor, Woodstock, Halton, Kitchener-Waterloo, Muskoka, Peel, Simcoe, York Region, the GTA, Ontario and beyond.