As the SHE WRITES membership reaches over 3,000 (and counting!), our members continue to pour in with their news. Here’s what you’re up to this week:

A.J. Walkley has just published her second book, Choice, which can be found on iUniverse, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble.

Storytellersunplugged.com published a blog post by Alma Alexander entitled: What Do You Want? Part 1: (...or, rather, what DON’T you want...?).

Charlotte Gordon recently published a book called The Woman Who Named God: Abraham’s Dilemma and the Birth of Three F....

A screenplay by Ashley Miller has been named a quarter finalist for the Nicholl Fellowship, a part of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (also known as the Oscars!).

Susan Bearman has a new post up at Chicago Moms Blog called “Summer’s Bounty” and another post up on the Wee Windy City site, which is a part of Chicago Now. Susan also blogged on her own site on the subject of guest posting, and would love any input from SW bloggers on the post.

Susan Shapiro’s first novel, Speed Shrinking, will be released next week. She’ll be setting off on a book tour with events scheduled in NYC, Michigan, Chicago, Los Angeles, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Philadelphia.

Karen Stephenson had an article on how weeds can improve nutrition and provides many health benefits published this week on Nutrition.Suite101.com. She's also working on a series on ritual abuse for Suite 101.

Marti Rulli’s new book, Goodbye Natalie Goodbye Splendour, will be released mid-September this year.

Siren Magazine’s “Feminist or Not” series recently published Elizabeth Kate Switaj’s take on the new tv series “Drop Dead Diva.” Her first book, Magdalene and the Mermaids, was also reviewed at Feminist Review.

Frannie Armstrong published an article on living with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity for The Canary Report.

Kelley Harrell has a poem entitled "june" that is currently being published in the Chiron Review.

Thanks to everyone as always for sharing their exciting news! Remember, if you’ve got something you would like to share with the rest of the community, just select “member news” from the menu on the top of the page and leave it there.

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Comment by Rachel Resnick on August 2, 2009 at 2:19pm
Hi Alison! I clicked on Member News per your suggestion, and no page showed up. Please advise, as I have news. Thanks!
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