Cincinnati Writers Project
Look Who Published in 2001
John Aber has a wonderful new, bizarre story on the very classy online (and major) magazine, The Barcelona Review. It publishes both established and newer fiction writers, poets, and essayists. Please print out the story and read. You won't be disappointed. http://www.barcelonareview.com/
Linda's "Jaley Walker" will be included in the Licking River Review, Volume 32. It's a wonderful anthology, and Linda's story is one of the best.
Congratulations to Karen George! Karen won a writer's fellowship from the Kentucky Arts Council. To see why her talent was recognized, pick up a copy of Wind Magazine and read her story, "The Soup Pot."
Member Catherine Hershberger, and her husband Donald, sold their self-published, interactive Christmas Production "Back To Bethlem" to churches on the east and the west coast in 2000. In April 2001, the Latonia Christian Church, in Latonia, KY will be producing their newest play. "The Heart of the Matter." Catherine Hershberger's time travel novel "Silk and Sin" took honorable mention in the 1999 SARA (San Antonio Romance Authors) Merritt Contest.
Corson's second novel, hit the shelves and already it is a hit!
Also, his first novel, Aloha, Mr. Lucky recently appeared on Booklist's "Best First Mysteries List." Booklist, a national publication, reviewed the novel in its February 15, 2000 edition. Hirschfeld's novel is available through Forge Books and at Amazon.com.
Leah is featured in the 2001 Poet's Market, on bookshelves now!
Leah also published two poems in Klaidoscope ISSUE 41 --
"How My Brother Taught Me to do the Rumba" and "Growing Up in Apppalachia."
|Carl Morris Carl's story, "The Rock that Ended the World," was published in AlienQ in August. It's still posted so check it out for a good read.|
|Pamela Rhodes Myricks
Pamela was recently featured in the Cincinnati Enquirer discussing her recent poetry and other endeavors.
|Ryck Nuebe Ryck had two short stories published. "Cash on Demand" in the Blue Murder Magazine, Issue 19, June, and "Bug Me, Please," in Future Orbits, Issue 2, December.|
|Judith Tracy's first novel, Destiny's Door, hit the shelves in March. In April, it made second in the Tri-State's best seller list http://enquirer.com/editions/2001/04/10/tem_tristate_best.html Tracy's novel can be found at Joseph Beth Bookstores or at Amazon.com. Also, her short story, "Magic Fingers," appeared in the hard-back horror anthology, the Dead Inn.|