Want to get the word out about your writing? We share good news from SBWC writers on the first of each month. To be included, please email Hollis at hshore.SBWC@gmail.com about your latest publication, award or fellowship. Announcements should be no more that 60 words and written in the third person. Congratulations, and pass the word!

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May 2019

During a prompted writing session of Seven Bridge Writers’ Collaborative in 2017, Robert E. Donahue developed a routine piece. The plotline of what seemed at first mere scribblings flowed well, and the protagonist seemed identifiable and engaging. Fellow writers expressed confidence, and encouraged, he sent the piece to several journals, after editing, and it was published by Dual Coast Magazine. “Whether” can be read in Issue #5.

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Robert writes short stories and novels. After forty years in international business, he quit to focus full time on writing. He received an MFA in Fiction Writing from the University of New Hampshire in 2009 and is currently at work on a novel. His stories have also appeared in The Scarlet Leaf Review and Down In The Dirt Magazine. Robert lives with his spouse and their extended family in Bolton, MA.

February 2019

Jim Brennan had a story published in Adelaide Literary Magazine. It appears in the November issue, print and online, and can be viewed here:  http://adelaidemagazine.org/f_james_brennan.html

Jim, who recently joined SBWC, has an MFA from the Bennington Writing Seminars. He teaches writing and literature at Quinsigamond Community College. His stories and essays have also appeared in Colere, Slab,Edge, The First Line and other journals. Jim appreciates his critique group members, Bobbi, Carolyn, Emma, and Paula for their shared love of stories, keen sense of humor, and generous, wise counsel.

 

November 2018

Ray Tatten, a long time SBWC writing and critique group member published his first book of essays, AND ANOTHER THING,  just saying…  Many of these sharp, funny, highly readable essays were inspired by writing prompts dished up by our own Winona Wendth. Ray’s essays have also found homes in The Harvard Post, The Bolton Independent, Sterling Meetinghouse News, and MUSED BellaOnline Literary Review. His essay “Drop Out” was published and nominated for Essay of the Year, by  Adelaide Literary Magazine.  Check out the SBWC Blog in December for an excerpt and reading by Ray.