Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Society Members' News: November 2016

The members below reported their publishing successes this month: 

Micki Browning, “Sleighed” in Mystery Weekly Magazine: December 2016. The short story is also scheduled to be the featured tale for the free weekly story on December 20, 2016.

M. H. Callway, Glow Grass and Other Tales, Carrick Publishing (October 2016).

Sarah M. Chen, “Besties & Blow” in Fast Women And Neon Lights: Eighties Inspired Neon Noir, Short Stack Books (November 2016) and "Grateful Touring" in Windward: Best New England Crime Stories 2016, Level Best Books (November 2016).

Diana Deverell, “Opening Day, 1954” in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine (November 2016) and ​“Boot Scoot” in the Very Merry Christmas Bundle (BundleRabbit for November-December 2016).

Gail Farrelly, “They eDone Him Wrong" in Kings River Life Magazine, (November 21, 2016) and “Busted!: A Thanksgiving Mystery Short Story” in the Yonkers Tribune (November 22, 2016).

John Floyd, “Flu Season” in The Norwegian American, (November 4, 2016) as well as “Jackpot Mode” in The Strand Magazine: Holiday 2016 (October-January 2017) and “Candid Camera” in Woman’s World (November 28, 2016). John also reports that he has the short story, “Survival” in the November 26 edition of Kings River Life Magazine.

Debra H. Goldstein, “Thanksgiving I Do, I Don’t: Thanksgiving Mystery Short Story” at Kings River Life Magazine (November 17, 2016).

Lisa Lieberman, “Yemay√†'s Revenge” in Windward: Best New England Crime Stories 2016,  Level Best Books (November 2016).

Robert S. Levinson, “The Body in the Backyard” in Mystery Weekly Magazine: December 2016.

Stephen Liskow, “The Girl in the Red Bandanna” is the Honorable Mention Winner for the Al Blanchard Short Crime Fiction Contest, Crime Bake 2016.

Nina Mansfield, “Big Hair, Banana Clips and the Figure Four Leg Lock” in Fast Women And Neon Lights: Eighties Inspired Neon Noir, Short Stack Books (November 2016).

Paul D. Marks, “Ghosts of Bunker Hill” in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine (December 2016).

Ruth M. McCarty, “The List” in Windward: Best New England Crime Stories 2016, Level Best Books (November 2016).

Bern Sy Moss, “White Lies and Green Bean Casseroles: Thanksgiving Mystery Short Story” at Kings River Life Magazine (November 22, 2016).

Susan Oleksiw, Wrath of Shiva: Anita Ray Mystery Series Book 2, Harlequin Worldwide Mystery (November 2016).

Meg Opperman, “Murder Under the Baobab” in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine (November 2016) and "Surf's Up," in Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine: #21 (November 2016). Meg also reports that her latest Book Blog column in the feature “Write Side Up” titled, “No, Officer, I Swear I’m Not a Serial Killer” is now up at the Washington Independent Review of Books (November 28, 2016).

Alan Orloff, “Cheap Medz” in Windward: Best New England Crime Stories 2016, Level Best Books (November 2016).

Josh Pachter, "Pisan Zapra" in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine (November 2016).

Anita Page, “Fresh Start” in in Windward: Best New England Crime Stories 2016, Level Best Books (November 2016).

Travis Richardson, “The Designated Day” at Near To The Knuckle on November 3, 2016.

Jude Roy, Searching for Lilith: A Cajun PI Series, Self-Published, November 2016.

Jacqueline Seewald, “Spirit” in New Zenith Magazine: Issue 2 Fall 2016.

Judy Penz Sheluk has the short stories “Goulaigans” and “Saturday with Bronwyn” in The Whole She-Bang 3, Toronto Sisters in Crime (November 2016).

Bonnie K. Stevens, "How Safe Can You Get?” in Kings River Life Magazine, (November 12, 2016).

Elizabeth Zelvin, “Stalker” at Spinetingler (November 18, 2016).


Email news for next month's post to SMFS President Kevin R. Tipple (KEVINRTIPPLE at VERIZON dot NET).

2 comments:

mickibrowning.com said...

What a wonderful roster of accomplishments! Thanks for compiling the news. Congrats to all.

Terrie Farley Moran said...

Congratulations to all.