Our members are busy and active within our literary community.

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Judith Partelow’s poem, “Moments for Reflection,” was accepted for the Summer Issue of on-line Soul-Lit, A Journal of Spiritual Poetry and MY VIEW: Kind advice to the Class of 2020 was published by Cape Cod Times – May 24th, 2020

Joanne Carota’s new book,The Docks” by Joanne Carota, Neptune Books, July 2019, $18.95, ISBN: 978-1-7331-06900.July 2019, $18.95, ISBN: 978-1-7331-06900.

Barnstable summer resident Joanne Carota’s debut novel is set on the docks of South Boston, which comes across in the first chapter where protagonist Kate Finn is having a peaceful cup of Sunday morning coffee. Carota writes of the creaking of docks in the wind, the cry of gulls, the smell of fish and saltwater. But the peaceful silence doesn’t last long for the FDA-employed marine biologist: She finds her father’s best friend dead on his boat and is off on a wild ride involving accusations against her father and genetic engineering of fish. Although the setting is South Boston and reflects the tough loyalty for which the neighborhood is known, the story is also influenced by the Cape, where Carota is a member of the Cape Cod Writers Center.

Diane Finney is thrilled that her 10 Minute Play, titled ‘Breakup Sex’ is a Semi-finalist in the Stage It! International playwrighting festival. 346 entries from 7 countries entered the competition this year.

David Litwack has a new release – The Time That’s Given and a giveaway for his The Daughter of the Sea and Sky. find out more here: David Litwack

Daughters of Nyx, by Diane Bonavist. An historical mystery set in ancient Athens.

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