Writing writers

Dateline: Mon 19 Nov 2012

Former features editor and non-fiction author Abe Aamidor, formerly of the News and the Star, has had a short story published by the Chicago Quarterly Review, November issue, Volume 15. Here is the link to order a copy -- it's $12.

http://www.amazon.com/Chicago-Quarterly-Review-Vol-15/dp/1480260746/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1353080313&sr=1-3&keywords=chicago+quarterly+review

This is a prestigious publication, which is also available in "selected bookstores," says Aamidor. He adds there are about 60 such journals out there. "...it is possible to publish fiction these days. It's like the old cliche - keep trying," he advises.

Aamidor's story is called "My Stupid Life Dot Com," "about a young Dilbert-like character who works in a call center in Chicago," adds Aamidor.

Another Indianapolis author, Barbar Shoup, has published a novel,  "An American Tune," about life in the 1960s in Bloomington, the anti-war movement and relationships with people in that Indiana town and at Indiana University. A friend says she can't put the novel down.

Here's an excerpt:

http://www.thenervousbreakdown.com/tnbfiction/2012/10/excerpt-from-an-american-tune-a-novel-by-barbara-shoup/

Go, Indiana writers.


 

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