Cape Cod Writers Center



Arlene Kay has been selected for a panel at Sisters in Crime’s national Malice Domestic conference in April in Bethesda, MD. She also will read from her published novels at the rescheduled Book in the Hand event about Love on April 9th. See for more information.

Maxim D. Shrayer’s article “The Prospect for Russia’s Jews” is the featured essay of the month in Mosaic Magazine. He also recently contributed “Is It Time to Compose an Elegy for Russia’s Jewry?” to Tablet Magazine. See his website for information on his publications and for details on the 2017 South Chatham Writers’ Workshop.


Sharon D. Anderson is publishing her newest book Something Sinister: Angels, Witches and Spells, OH, MY! on Amazon this month. It will be available in both e-book and paperback. See her Amazon author page for information on this and her other publications.

Gustaf Berger is launching his new mystery thriller, Death Postponed, on Sunday, April 9th, 3:00 to 4:30, at Tres Gatos in Jamaica Plain. See the store’s website for more information.

Jo Brisbane recently won a Regional Honorable Mention for her poem “Gravity Killed Sister E” as part of the Joe Gouveia Outermost Poetry Contest, sponsored by WOMR Radio, Provincetown, MA.  The contest attracted over 600 entries from North America and was judged by novelist and poet Marge Piercy.

Ellen J.B. Dumaine has just published her memoir, Cruising Through Life: As a Survivor.

 The Strong Women’s Book Group chose The Uninvited Guest as their April read. Author Debi Graham-Leard will meet with the club members to discuss the writing and substance of the story at 7:00 PM on April 5th at the indie bookstore An Unlikely Story in Plainville, MA. See the bookstore website to register for this book group or for more information.