BACK TO THE NMWC; “CROSSING GUARDS” PLACED IN HAUNTED ANTHOLOGY
It’s back to the Norman Mailer Writers Colony for a week in August! I’m pleased to announce that I’ve been accepted to a week-long workshop—Fiction: The Protagonists—at the Norman Mailer Writers Colony from August 8 – 15, 2010. The course will be taught by Marita Golden, author of the memoir Migrations of the Heart whose most recent novel, AFTER, received the Fiction Award from the Black Caucus of the American Liberty Association.
The course description is amazing — this is sure to be an enriching experience. If you’d like to read the course description, you can find it here.
Workshop participants, as well as fellows, are chosen on merit. For more information on the Norman Mailer Writers Colony and how to apply for upcoming opportunities, visit http://www.nmwcolony.org.
My ghost story “Crossing Guards,” which first appeared in Newport Round Table’s Walls & Bridges anthology published by Millennial Concepts and edited by Mark and Melissa Martin Ellis, has just been selected for inclusion in Pill Hill Press’ Haunted anthology, which will contain stories about haunted houses and structures, specifically. It is edited by Jessy Marie Roberts and publication is tentatively slated for this fall.
Posted on May 18, 2010, in News, Short Stories and tagged Crossing Guards, Jessy Marie Roberts, Mark and Melissa Martin Ellis, Newport Round Table, Norman Mailer Writer's Colony, Pill Hill Press, Provincetown. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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