Member News Week Ending November 20, 2010

The Painted Boats a poem by Sharanya Manivannan was published in the onlilne journal deuce coupe.

Mary E. McIntyre's essay Love Letters was published in the anthology, Saying Goodbye to people, places, and things in our lives.

Delaney Diamond's debut novel, The Arrangement was released November 12 in e-book format.

The Train Runner by Gale Massey won first place in the flash fiction division of the Seven Hills Literary Contest.

Beth Arnold was named one of TripBase's 100 favorite Travel Writers.

Virginia Williams essay, What No One Tells You was included in the anthology, They Were Still Born: Personal Stories about Stillbirth (Rowman and Littlefield).

Table of Contents, From Breakfast with Anita Diamant to Dessert wit... by Judy Gelman and Vicki Levy Krupp has been published by Adams Media.

Amira Nowaira's memoir, Growing Up Feminist in a Muslim Land has been published.

Donna M.Carbone's short story, The Danger in Talking to Strangers will be featured on alongstoryshort.

Patricia Anne McGoldrick's article Green Name Books for the Season of Light and her poem, Christmas Cake have been published.

Yesterday's Tomorrow, a novel by Catherine West has recently been contracted by Oak Tara Publishers, to be released March 2011

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Comment by Eunice Lipton on November 22, 2010 at 12:18pm
Hi, Amira Nowaira's link to Growing Up Feminist in a Muslim Land isn't opening up. i'm dying to read more. el
Comment by Jane Baskin on November 19, 2010 at 3:07pm
Does anyone know anything about the Starbucks book club? Remember how they used to have books for sale in the coffee shops, Mitch Albom, The Art of Racing in the Rain, etc? Do they still do that, or just the book club? How does one submit a book for consideration?

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