Helen Aitken‘s creative non-fiction story, “Wolf Man Howls Into Manhood,” won first place in the South Carolina Writers Workshop’s Carrie McCray Memorial Literary Awards Competition. The award includes a full scholarship to the workshop and publication in The Petigru Review, the literary journal of the SCWW. Her humorous, creative non-fiction short story, “Death For Lunch,” also was selected to appear in the October issue. […]
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Debbie Simorte spotted a call for submissions on the EBWW Facebook page, sent a pitch and is now published in the summer 2012 issue of Downsized Living Magazine. Check out “Decor for Nothing and Your Art for Free” on page 12. Debbie lives and writes in Platte County, Mo., and blogs random silliness. […]
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. […]
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. […]