Vic Larson has an essay appearing in a literary journal next month, which will be available on Amazon. His article, called “Violets are Blue” is listed among the essays.
Tim Jordan’s new science fiction novel, GLOW, was published by Angry Robot, a UK publisher but available worldwide on February 23, 2021. It is distributed and available from Penguine Randomhouse, Amazon, Waterstones (UK) and Barnes and Noble (online and locally).
“Reminiscent of the best space opera mixed with the gritty, violent dystopia of cyberpunk. Recommended for fans of Alastair Reynolds and William Gibson.”
“Dynamic prose, cutting-edge science, and thoughtful ruminations on the future of our species – Tim Jordan’s Glow is a terrific read from a major new voice. A first-rate novel; I was enthralled.”
– Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author of The Oppenheimer Alternative
– Terry Madden, Award-winning author of the Three Wells of the Sea series
Susan Grunin is featured on cover article in the September 2020 edition of the Best of the Vine magazine.
Judy Loose, aka J.C. Ferguson, published her second Mangrove Madness novel.
Mangrove Madness: Who Are You? is available on Amazon.
Andrew Conlyn published a science fiction novel The Venus Prophecy in May 2020. It is available on Amazon.
Sloan Jordan has published her first book, A Life Filled With Music: My accidental journey through America’s Iconic Musical Performances. Her book is available on Amazon.
Susan Grunin’s first children’s book, Life Lessons and Tales of Little MisFit, was published on May 29, 2020.
“Congrats from London Publisher, Austin Macauley to Susan Krup Grunin on publishing your first children’s book!”
Our local NPR radio station, WGCU broadcast Joe Pacheco’s poem “Love Poem for Leap Day 2020” on Friday, February 28th at 8:45 AM and 4:44 PM. The station has also created a webpage to document and highlight the occasion. Click on the link below to access the page:
He will also read the poem at the Sanibel Island Writers Read on Wednesday, March 18, 7:00 PM at Herb Strauss Theater, BIG Arts, Sanibel. If you can, come and share the evening with Joe and his fellow Island writers.