In addition to winning numerous awards and rave reviews for her novels, C. is also a photojournalist, motivational speaker, and writing coach. Visit Her Website Nick Del Calzo is living his dream by pursuing documentary, black and white portraiture.The first book of her new paranormal young adult series, The Mortician's Daughter: One Foot in the Grave was released on October 31 2017. currently resides in Texas with her husband, junkyard dog, Lady, and whatever wild creatures that meander out from woods surrounding her home. He devotes his talents to conceiving and producing photographic projects that advance human values. It features 156 of our nation's most honored heroes--recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor.Raschke, Edward Barker, Elizabeth Oxley, Elizabeth Rimmer, Emily Hana, E.
And Wednesday Books published her contemporary young adult and hardcover debut This Heart of Mine this past February. This body of work is on permanent display in the Hall of Heroes at the Pentagon and at the Center for American Values in Pueblo, CO.
His newest book, , which follows the lives of four potential organ transplant recipients as they wait for an organ to become available.
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THE 2019 PRIZE IS NOW OPEN FOR ENTRIES The Retreat West Novel Prize is an annual prize looking for new, unagented authors with exciting novels to share. Amanda is an author and publisher who founded Retreat West in 2012, providing creative writing competitions, retreats and courses, and in 2017 she expanded it to include Retreat West Books indie press. To see what kind of writing she enjoys, buy one or more of the Retreat West Books titles.
About Retreat West Books: Retreat West Books is a small independent press with a social and environmental conscience.
It publishes novels, memoirs and short story collections.
They are: First prize: Wayne Holloway-Smith for ‘The posh mums are boxing in the square’ Second prize: Katie Griffiths for ‘Do not indulge indigo’ Third prize: Mark Fiddes for ‘Polite Safety Notice’ Seven commendations: Vasiliki Albedo for ‘Talisman’, Lia Brooks for ‘Saturday Collection Duty’, Ella Frears for ‘Fucking in Cornwall’, Nick Garrard for ‘Near / Far Away’, Kirsten Irving for ‘Namazu at the Physicist’s Funeral’ , Natalie Shaw for ‘I know you only invited me in for a coffee, but’, Amaury Wonderling for ‘Princess’.
Winning poems are published on The Poetry Society website, and the top three in the spring 2019 issue of Alex Gehlen, Alex Toms, Alison Binney, Amali Rodrigo, Amanda Rackstraw, Anita Pati, Anneka Lott, Anne Marie Austin, Annie Virginia, Antonis Tsonis, Athena Temvriou, Atuki Turner, Becky Cherriman, Beda Higgins, Ben Ray, Bethany Ashley, Beverly Nadin, Bridget Frost, Bruce Meyer, Carol Dalton, Carole Bromley, Caroline Bird, Casey Bailey, Chloe Myerson, Claudine Toutoungi, Damian Grant, Daniel Bick, Doris W.
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