Judith Askew has a poem appearing in a forthcoming edition of Alabama Literary Review.
Kathy Aspden will be selling and signing her book, Baklva, Biscotti, and an Irishman at the Cape Cod Hospital Holiday Fair – Park Street, Hyannis on Friday November 17, 2-4p.m.
Nina Carroll had her poem, “Peacock”, long-listed and published in Irises, the University of Canberra’s Vice-Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize for 2017.
Anita Caruso will be signing and selling her children’s series, Brayden’s Magical Journey on the following Saturdays – November 4, 10-3 at First Congregational Church of Harwich Craft Fair, 697 Main Street; Nov 11, 10-4 at Cape Cod Technical High School Craft fair, Pleasant Lake Ave., Harwich; Nov.18&19, 10-4 Upper Cape Tech High School Craft Fair, Bourne; Nov. 25, 10-3 School House on School Street in Dennis.
Joan Graham has had two articles published in the fall issue of PrimeTime magazine, one about the Bulgarian students who stayed with her, and the second about longtime Cape author and publisher, Gillian Drake.
Christine Lajewski The Misbehaving Dead Anthology, with my story “Mercy Brown and Me” is now available through A Murder of Storytellers.com. It will be published in the Shadow Over Deathlehem Anthology from Grinning Skull Press around November 23. This is a charity anthology, with proceeds going to the Elizabeth Glazer Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
Christina Laurie’s fourth book, The Lobsters Night Before Christmas, illustrated by Elizabeth Moisan of Harwich, was accepted for publication by Schiffer Publishers in Pennsylvania. The book is slated for release in time for Christmas 2018.
Robert M. Reece is presenting his latest novel, Double Blind Double Cross on November 15th, 7 PM, at the Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship Hall, 840 Sandwich Road, Falmouth. He is also hosting two readings and discussions: November 30th, 6:30 PM, at West Falmouth Library and December 9th, 12:30 PM, at Falmouth Public Library. Books will be available for purchase at all events.
Barbara Struna signed books and hosted the booth for Sisters In Crime New England at the Boston Book Festival on October 28. On November 1, 5:30 – 6:30 PM, she will give a talk on Hollywood and Cape Cod in 1947 and sign copies of her books at the Hyannis Village Library. On November 18 and 19, 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM, she will be signing and selling copies of her Old Cape Series at the Upper Cape Tech Craft Fair.
Katrina Valenzuela won a full scholarship to the Sanibel Writers Conference, November 2-5, in Sanibel Island, FL.