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.
Here’s what happens when you write your own obit. Saralee Perel, who won 2012 awards from the National Society of Newspaper Columnists for humor and general interest writing, describes herself as a 55-time Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist who rehabilitates a swaggering Charlie Sheen and will be buried, according to her wishes, with the Oscar she won for writing and starring in the remake of the “Titantic.” In reality, the Cape Cod writer did just publish a book of columns, Cracked Nuts & Sentimental Journeys: Stories From a Life Out of Balance.
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.
Katherine Turski’s humor essay, “Confessions of a Husband Beater,” appears in the latest of Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader (Flush Edition). She also published a short story in The Anthology From Hell — Humorous Stories From Down Under (Yard Dog Press).
W. Bruce Cameron, part of the 2012 EBWW faculty, has published A Dog’s Journey, a sequel to the New York Times‘ best-selling novel A Dog’s Purpose. Bruce has always loved dogs, which he concedes puts him in a “unique category with maybe two or three billion people.”
Mike Farley writes a weekly humor column that captured first place in the 2012 National Society of Newspaper Columnists competition in the online, blog and multimedia category (under 100,000 monthly visitors). The Massachusetts writer claims it was a case of mistaken identity. He insists he writes “for people with nothing else to read.” The judges differ: “Mike Farley’s writing captures the amusement and wonder in the everyday moments of family life. His columns about braiding his daughter’s hair and three-way conversations between husband and wife make you smile and chuckle out loud. He teases the reader into wanting more.”