Saturday, October 16, 2010

Seton Hill Writers Update - October 2010

Mary SanGiovanni has a short story at Literary Mayhem starting October 24. She also has a non-fiction essay about James Patterson's Along Came a Spider in Thrillers: 100 Must Reads, edited by Hank Wagner and David Morrell and published through Oceanview Publishing.
Thrillers: 100 Must Reads
To chat with Mary on internet radio, tune into The Funky Werepig on November 5.

Maria V. Snyder's article "The Weather: Part Art, Part Science, and Part...Magic?" is up at Black Gate. Her short story "Cursing the Weather" will be in the December issue of Black Gate Magazine. She is now blogging at the Official Maria V. Snyder Blog. Meet Maria on October 23, 2010 at Celebrate the Book Festival located in the Carlisle Expo Center

Meg Mims won the Utah RWA's 2010 Heart of the West Contest in the Mystery/Suspense category for her thesis novel Murder at Fire Point.

Michael A. Arnzen will be reading poetry from his many collections on October 21, 2010 at Morgantown Poets Night located in the Monongalia Arts Center.

Kaye Dacus will be signing books at Heaven Help Us Christian Bookstore in New Albany, IN, on Saturday, October 23, 2010 from 1 to 3 PM.

Monica Spence just completed her first year of her PhD at Lancaster University in England. Her thesis novel is The Illustrious Woman, the story of the first internationally recognized woman painter of the Renaissance, Sofonisba Anguissola. Monica blogs at A Writer's Heart.

W. D. Prescott opened up The Non-Horror Reader Survey, a stepping stone into changing the public face of Horror literature. Along with the survey, he will have author interviews and spotlight books.

Matthew D. Donahue has posted the first four chapters of his thesis novel Progeny online at his website.

Nicole Taft is having an October Book Giveaway on her blog A Bookseller Recommends.

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