This winter I’ve been co-editing a short story anthology for Bethlehem Writers Group. The result: Let It Snow: The Best of Bethlehem Writers Roundtable, Winter 2015 Collection.
Diane Sismour, Bernadette De Courcey and I selected sixteen short stories from The Bethlehem Writers Roundtable to make up this short story collection. We had fun rereading stories, working with the authors, and designinng the cover. Work to be sure, but enjoyable none the less.
Discover tales, all as different as snowflakes, in Let it Snow: The Best of Bethlehem Writers Roundtable Winter 2015 Collection. The multiple award winning Bethlehem Writers Group, LLC brings you stories in a range of genres selected from their bi-monthly Writers Roundtable Journal. So, while the weather outside is frightful, curl up by the fire, read, and Let It Snow.
Let it Snow is available Amazon and ready for preorder, the price is 99 cents. Publication date is Feb 24, 2015.
Here’s a list of the authors and links to their websites or other social media sites:
Gloria Alden, Paula Galil Benson, Marianne H. Donley,Courtney L. Duncan, Shannon Gueresso, Headley Hauser, Ralph Hieb, KB Inglee, Teresa Leigh Judd, Joyce Lekas, Jerome W. McFadden, Suzanne Purvis, Diane Sismour, Carol L. Wright, and Will Wright.
Once Around the Sun is a finalist in the Indie Book Awards, Anthology category.
Here’s the announcement of our category. The finalists are listed alphabetically by book title.
WINNER: Chiral Mad 2, by Jack Ketchum, David Morrell, John Skipp, Thomas F. Monteleone, Gary A. Braunbeck, et al. (Written Backwards) (ISBN 978-1494239978)
EDGE Volume 7, by Multiple Authors (Self-Published) (ISBN 978-0980202755)
Lost Orchard: Prose and Poetry from the Kirkland College Community, by Jo Pitkin (SUNY Press) (ISBN 978-1438449982)
New Worlds: Girls Write Now 2013 Anthology, by Girls Write Now Mentors and Mentees; forward written by Adele Griffin; contributions by Alice Walker, Jennifer Westfeldt, Gloria Jacobs, Hannah Tinti, and Zetta Elliott (Publishing made possible by Amazon.com, National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs) (ISBN 978-0615818276)
Once Around the Sun: Sweet, Funny, and Strange Tales for All Seasons, by Bethlehem Writers Group (Bethlehem Writers Group, LLC) (ISBN 978-0989265003)
The Way North: Collected Upper Peninsula New Works, Edited by Ron Riekki (Wayne State University Press) (ISBN 978-0814338650)
For a list of all the winners:
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