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, Washington, had her story “How My Church Found Me” in the fall issue of Living Lutheran Digest. It was a reprint of a story that had been published two years ago in an e-zine.
Katherine Stickroth, of La Grande, uses the landscape of Wallowa County (Oregon) as a canvas to paint word images of one of Oregon’s Seven Wonders in her first book, A Wallowa Gal. The book is a collection of her column (“Wallowa Gal”) published in 2015–2019 in a local eastern Oregon newspaper where she entertained reader with her fun and foibles as she adjusted from being a Mississippi girl to an outdoorswoman. She also includes additional photos and essays describing her adventures. Available on Amazon for $15.
Rebecca Stuhlmiller, of Federal Way, Washington, just signed her sixth or seventh (she signed the first one in 2012 and has lost count) contract to write a set of devotionals for The Quiet Hour.
Stacey Womack, of Hillsboro, released her fantasy novel Escape from Nowhere at the end of November. It is a modern-day twist on Hinds’ Feet on High Places. It is available from Amazon as a paperback and for Kindle. To learn more about Stacey, go to stacey-womack.com.
The following members have articles in the January edition of The Christian Journal: Susan Brehmer, of Portland; Jean Davies, of North Bend; LGayle Gustafson, of Portland; Linda L. Kruschke, of Lake Oswego; Maxine Marsolini, of Happy Valley; and Jan Sheerin, of Bend.