Sam G. Riley, who’s taught journalism at Virginia Tech since 1981, pokes fun at modern-day American life in his new book, Mostly Merry Commentary: From the Mezzanine of the Ivory Tower. It’s a compilation of commentary from the Roanoke Times and the Times-Dispatch in Richmond, Va. […]
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Molly Campbell, a two-time Erma Bombeck Writing Competition winner, is publishing her first book, Characters in Search of a Novel, this fall. She credits the workshop for inspiring her to take this next leap. […]
Darlene Sneden‘s humorous essay, “The Perfect Pair of Sunglasses,” appears in the recently released Chicken Soup for the Soul, Married Life. […]
Saralee Perel, an award-winning nationally syndicated columnist from Cape Cod, has just published a new book, Cracked Nuts & Sentimental Journeys: Stories From a Life Out of Balance. Her column, which runs in 44 newspapers, has appeared in the nation’s leading publications, including Family Circle magazine, Woman’s World, Funny Times and Animal Wellness.
Lisa Smith Molinari, an 18-year Navy spouse, mother of three and humor columnist, published an article, “I Want a Wife, Too” in the May issue of Military Spouse magazine. Check out her blog for her weekly column that’s also published in the Indiana Gazette and on the Stars and Stripes Military Moms website. […]