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February 2018

Here we go again!

It seems that our contributors have approached 2018 with great enthusiasm and started producing books galore!

First we hear from Bruce Harris whose new book of stories The Guy Thing - which he has published to raise money for Huntington's Disease charities - is now out (excerpt featured this month). His partner of over thirty years, Anthony, was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease in October 2016 and since then Bruce has been working to raise money for Huntington’s Disease research. The book is available here.

Bruce's stories are excellent as you will know if you've read any of the ones we have featured in the past. Here.

Adam Kluger has a new illustrated collection of flash fiction: Desperate Times: Short Stories (45 stories) which, he says: "Has miraculously been published by a wonderful French Publisher, Belphegor Editions. It's available on Amazon as a paperback and is soon to be translated into French for the French Book Market".

Also new on the market from one of our contributors is Gary Beck's short story collection Now I Accuse. "Diving deep into love, enmity, compassion, and regret, acclaimed poet Gary Beck brings us through the complexities of life with his brilliant collection". Find it at Winter Goose Publishing.


it says "stories"

Bruce Harris's book The Guy Thing is out, as mentioned above, and we are lucky to have an excerpt from it to whet your appetite. It's a story of school days - but relevant to life at any age. Read Us and Them.
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JD DeHart brings us a piece of "Prose Poetry" this time, I'm in a quandary as to where it should go. Should it be in the Prose or the Poetry section? Well, it's here now and it's called Green Sandal Monologue.
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J.B. Pick started a satirical literary journal called "POINT" back in 1957. In this article from the first edition (which hardly anyone read) we meet Adam Picklewit and John Charlatan, stars of the book "A Land Fit For 'Eros" which also came out in that year. You now have the chance to find out about The True History of Vacuism - an entirely new art movement..
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it says "poems"

Orbindu Ganga has another poem for us this time and this one is about a close encounter of the amorous kind. The title is Touch me not ... .
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KJ Hannah Greenberg returns to poetry this month. She has created these three intricate poems: Clouds of Bad Attitude Precede Rainbows, When Adopting Great Dangers and Least He Foment.
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Cattail Jester was last with us in 2016 when he was starting out as a published poet. He has stuck with it and is making waves. Here are three of his latest poems: Glider, Routine Creature and Tongue in Cheek.
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Jenny Lu is an imaginative poet who contributed to Winamop last year. She's back in 2018 with two super new poems Ready, Row and Butterfingers . I hope that you will enjoy them!
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It's funny how things ebb and flow isn't it? Everyone's publishing books and writing poetry but we're a bit short of stories this month. If you have a story in you I'd love you to send it in to Winamop. The e-mail button is at the bottom of the page.

I already have lots of poetry for March.. let's hope we can find some fiction (or fact) too!

See you next time.


Ed

 

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