Member News

March Member News

Carolyn Bolz, of Riverside, California, reports that her article, “The Right Place for Dad,” will be in the April/May 2021 issue of Mysterious Ways Magazine (published by Guideposts). She has also had several humorous poems published recently in Country Magazine and The ST Quarterly. Tracie Heskett, of Vancouver, Washington, has been offered a contract for her WWII historical novel. And …

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February Member News

Mary Hake, of Crooked River Ranch, had devotions in the winter editions of God’s Word for Today and Take Five Plus. This was the first time she had been assigned the same passages for adults and teens so she used a different focus for each group from the daily Scripture passage. She also had a New Year’s poem reprinted in …

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January Member News

Linda L. Kruschke, of Lake Oswego, had several of her haikus in the Poetry Pea Journal of haiku and senryu: Autumn 2020 edition, which is available on Amazon. Rachel Lulich, of Bloomington, Indiana, reports that her play, “The Confessing Church,” is being published by WordCrafts Theatrical Press (WordCrafts Press). Scheduled release date is January 27th. Barbara McCourtney, of Brush Prairie, …

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December 2020 Member News

Lois Kennis, of Ames, Iowa, won the 2020 Crown Award from ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) Virginia for her unpublished contemporary novel. Linda L. Kruschke, of Lake Oswego, had an article titled “God in the Active Voice” published in Fathom Magazine. She also had an article titled “When I’m in Pain and Someone Says ‘That Didn’t Hurt’” about fibromyalgia on …

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November 2020 Member News

Jane Daly, of Dallas, signed a contract in mid-October with Elk Lake Publishing for her novel, The Girl in the Cardboard Box, which was the Cascade Award winner in the unpublished contemporary fiction category in 2017. Expected publication date is fall 2021. Virginia A. Johnson, of Sublimity, will have her story, “The Christmas Thief,” in one of the December 2020 …

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