Cape Cod Writers Center

MEMBER NEWS – November/December 2018

MEMBER NEWS:

Kathy Aspden’s script, Dream Home, was optioned by producer Gary French through the script broker Inktip.

Anita A. Caruso will be selling her three children’s books: Brayden’s Magical Jungle, Brayden’s Magical Carousel Horse and Brayden’s Magical Forest at the Cape Cod Tech Holiday Craft Fair on Saturday November 10th and Sunday November 11th, 351 Pleasant Lake Avenue, Harwich, Ma. from 10am to 4pm.

Diane Finney’s 10-Minute Play, “38 Minutes,” was selected as one of six finalists for the second annual Acorn Theater Spectacular Tournament of Playwrights competition. “38 Minutes” will be performed in the competition on November 10 at the Acorn Theater in Three Oaks, Michigan.

Christine Lajewski’s horror novel, BONEBELLY, is now available at B&N and Amazon. Readers can download the first 60 pages free through my publisher, Divertir at this link: Download

Sandy Macfarlane has just released her book Swirling Currents: Controversy, Compromise, and Dynamic Coastal Change, a mix of personal stories and scientific investigation in the context of dynamic coastal change. Her work was recently showcased in an interview with Mindy Todd on Cape & Islands NPR’s The Point. See sandymacfarlanebooks.com for more information.

Alyssa Metcalfe has released a new children’s book, Mousebound, a farcical tale of rodent rebellion. The book is out under the pen name, Leslie Ann George, and details are available under this name on Facebook and Twitter.

Judith Partelow will be reading from her latest chapbook, Carry Me Back: A Woman’s Life in Poetry, at the Snow Library in Orleans on Saturday, November 10th, at 3 pm.

Andrew Singer’s memoir, China Sings To Me: A Journey into the Middle Kingdom and Myself, has been published by Station Square Media andrewsingerauthor.com  China Sings To Me is a story of adventure, romance, and coming-of-age of a young Massachusetts man from Cape Cod living in China in the mid 1980’s.

CCWC’s  Executive Director, Nancy Rubin Stuart’s new book, Poor Richard’s Women: Benjamin Franklin in Love(Beacon Press, Fall 2020) examines his life through the lens of his romantic attractions and reveals his personal struggle with passion and prudence.

Deane Turner recently published his memoir, Adrift in Memories: Lessons Learned Leading a Nomadic Life.