Member News Week Ending October 30, 2010

Jude Marr has two poems forthcoming in the next edition of the Courtland Review.

Becky Povich has stories coming out in two anthologies next month. One is in a new Thin Threads anthology and one is a new Patchwork Path anthology.

Toni Noel's first novel, Law Breakers and Love Makers, is available now for download from Desert Breeze Publishing.

Kerina Pharr has been published for the first time! Her flash fiction story Waning of the Sanguine Humor, was chosen for publication in the online magazine Write from Wrong.

Arleen Williams and the other Uptown Writers have just released their multi-genre anthology, Sunday Ink: Works by the Uptown Writers.

The Scent of Jade by Dee DeTarsio has just been released.

Marcia Meier's book, Navigating the Rough Waters of Today's Publishing World, Critical Advice for Writers from Industry Insiders has just been named one of 10 Great Books on Writing for 2010" by The Writer magazine (December issue).

Margaret Turley launched her first novel, Save the Child and it is now available at Amazon.com and B&N as well as her website.

Ilie Ruby's article on the adoption of her 3 children from Africa is published in New York Times Motherlode Blog this week.

Pamela Jane's essay Eat, Love, Panic is online at Women's Memoirs.

Carol Novack's collection Giraffes in Hiding: The Mythical Memoirs of Carol Novack is available on Amazon.com and from her publisher, Spuyten Duyvil.

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Comment by Clare Mulley on November 8, 2010 at 4:30pm
And my, The Woman Who Saved the Children: A Biography of Eglantyne Jebb, Founder of Save the Children was published in the USA - hurray! Signed copies also available through my website www.claremulley.com Margaret I am fascinated by the sound of your novel! All best, Clare

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