Publisher and Agents Week of 9/29/2008

ETERNAL PRESS — We are currently accepting: Short stories, novellas, and full-length manuscripts, from 5,000-110,000 words. Mystery, sci-fi, paranormal, historical, suspense, horror, women’s fiction, fantasy, thrillers, erotica, gay and all sub genres of romance. Submit your short story or a synopsis and the first three chapters of your novel to our Senior Submissions Editor, Fran Tann at . Eternal Press pay 35% royalties to the Author for eBooks and 10% for print. We hold all rights for 2 years from date of publication. =====   RAVENOUS ROMANCE — Purchases world rights in all formats. We will work … Continue reading Publisher and Agents Week of 9/29/2008

Freelance Markets Week of 9/29/08

CUP OF COMFORT Counting Blessings, Facing Challenges: Parenting a Child with Special Needs — Seeks uplifting true stories about the ins and outs, ups and downs, and blessings and challenges of parenting children with special needs. The stories cover children of all ages (birth to adult) and a wide range of developmental, physical, and mental challenges. No matter how difficult the experiences/emotions conveyed in a story might be, the story MUST reveal a positive aspect, resolution, or outcome and must be of comfort to parents of children with special needs. Stories may be serious, humorous, insightful, heartwarming, and/or inspiring. … Continue reading Freelance Markets Week of 9/29/08

The Sentinel Interview with The Write Room’s Developer

New Site for Writers by Gina Gareri-Watkins, Staff Writer, Kennesaw State University’s The Sentinel Tuesday, 16 September 2008 The Sentinel recently talked shop with Joellen Kubiak-Woodall, developer and editor of the online magazine, The Write Room. Kubiak-Woodall is a recent KSU graduate currently enrolled in KSU’s Master of Arts in Professional Writing (MAPW) program in Creative Writing. Born in Athens, Georgia, to a homemaker mother and journeyman father, Kubiak-Woodall was raised by her mother and maternal grandparents in North Augusta, SC, a small town straddling the South Carolina-Georgia state line. Much like the Savannah River separating the two states, Kubiak-Woodall … Continue reading The Sentinel Interview with The Write Room’s Developer

David Dresner

David Dresner was born and raised in Miami, Florida. He attended Florida State University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in English with a minor in Journalism. He has worked as a performing musician, a baseball coach, an animal handler, a camera repairman, campaign assistant, photographer and news writer for an array of publications (The Famuan, The FSView, JazzTimes Magazine, Harp Magazine, and Miami’s Community Newspapers). Currently enrolled in Kennesaw State University’s Masters of Arts in Professional Writing program, he is now compiling a collection of short fiction and poetry for his master’s thesis in Spring 2009. He currently lives … Continue reading David Dresner