WALLOON WRITERS REVIEW SEVENTH EDITION IS ON THE BOOKSHELVES!
Here’s a list of wonderful independent bookstores where you can find our Seventh Edition!
Looking for the just released Walloon Writers Review Seventh Edition? Here are some fantastic places to find it – oh, and check back again soon, the list keeps growing!
McLean & Eakin – Petoskey
Between the Covers – Harbor Springs
Horizon Books – Traverse City
Snowbound Books – Marquette
Bay Books – Suttons Bay
Adams McAdams – Central Lake
Island Books – Mackinac Island
The Bookman – Grand Haven
Reader’s World – Holland
List of Contributors in our Seventh Edition:
Susan Allen, Michele Austin, Elizabeth J.Bates, Milton J. Bates, Joyce Brinkman, Tamar Charney, Emily Colby, Thomas Ford Conlan, Art Curtis, Jim Daniels, Bonnie Dankert, S.D. Dillon, Lauren Driscoll, Lisa Fosmo, Hailey French, CJ Giroux, Grace Giroux, Laura Story Johnson, Deda Kavanagh, Susan Kirt, Katy Klimczuk, Candace J. Lee, James P. Lenfestey, John Lennon, Ellen Lord, Raymond Luczak, Paul Maxbauer, Marsha Jane Orr, Charles Rammelkamp, Greg Rappleye, Russell Reece, F.W. “Skip” Renker, Jennifer Uehlein Reynolds, Philip Rice, Christine Saari, Moon Seagren, Melissa Seitz, Joseph Slaney, Shelley Smithson, Phillip Sterling, Edy Stoughton, Patricia Trentacoste, Taylor Tucker, Edd Tury, Tara Vancil, Robert Vivian, Karen Walker, Ellen Schettling Whitehead, Gabriel Wilder and Glen Young.
This edition is 182 pages and includes a special section of the 2021 Winning selections from the Crooked Tree Arts Center Petoskey Juried Young Writers Exposition.
Walloon Writers Review Seventh Edition is published in partnership with Mission Point Press of Traverse City and distributed by Ingram.
CONGRATULATIONS TO BRETT ALLEN!
A15 Publishing is pleased to announce the publication and release of their newest title, Kilroy Was Here, written by author and former Army officer, Brett Allen of Ada, Michigan.
The novel, Kilroy Was Here, is a war satire set on and around a remote military base in 2009 Afghanistan and offers a rare glimpse at side of war rarely seen in today’s media. The story follows the deployment of Captain Jared Rye, a young Cavalry Officer, as he navigates the absurdities of an aging war and struggles to find meaning in his own experiences.
Kilroy Was Here can currently be purchased on Amazon:
A15 Publishing is a combat veteran owned and operated publishing house, specializing in publishing veteran authors and those who serve since 2015. More great titles can be found on their website: https://www.a15publishing.com/
Author Brett Allen is a Michigan native, originally of Fremont, Michigan. Brett is a graduate of Michigan State University, where he participated in the MSU ROTC programming before commissioning as an Armor Officer in the U.S. Army. Brett served as a member of 3-71 Cavalry, 10th Mountain Division and deployed to Afghanistan in 2009 in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Brett is a contributor to Walloon Writers Review. His story, Pine River Raid was published in Walloon Writers Review Fourth Edition. Congratulations!
CHARLES RAMMELKAMP ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF MORTAL COIL!
Charles Rammelkamp is Prose Editor for BrickHouse Books in Baltimore, where he lives, and he is the Reviews Editor for The Adirondack Review. For ten years he edited The Potomac, an online literary journal – http://thepotomacjournal.com . His photographs, poetry, fiction and reviews have appeared in many literary journals. His latest books include a collection of poems called Mata Hari: Eye of the Day (Apprentice House, Loyola University), and another poetry collection, American Zeitgeist, poems about the life and times of William Jennings Bryan, also published by Apprentice House, as well as several poetry chapbooks – Jack Tar’s Lady Parts (Main Street rag Publishing) and Me and Sal Paradise (FutureCycle Press). He is the author of a novel (The Secretkeepers, Red Hen Press), two collections of short fiction (A Better Tomorrow, PublishAmerica, Castleman in the Academy, March Street Press), two other full-length collections of poetry (The Book of Life, March Street Press, Fusen Bakudan, Time Being Books). Two full-length collections are forthcoming from Apprentice House – Catastroika – and Kelsay Books – Ugler Lee.
Charles Rammelkamp is a frequent photography contributor to Walloon Writers Review!
FIFTH EDITION GALLERY
Walloon Writers Review Fifth Edition photography contributors have such an incredible eye for Northern Michigan and the UP! Here is a sneak peak at some of the photography included in our Fifth Edition. Please note that these photographs are offered for enjoyment – please do not copy, download, alter or distribute. Each photo is copyrighted to the individual photographer. For information, please email email@example.com.
Updates From Our Contributors!
From Edy Stoughton (author of “Mud Season”, Walloon Writers Review Fifth Edition) has announced that she has a new piece, titled “Thank You For Your Service”, recently published in Indelible Ink, a literary national website, part of Medium.com. The link is: https://medium.com:indelible-ink:thank-you-for-your-service-2d8bee6c2ecd. Congratulations, Edy!
Upper Peninsula writer Carol Oberg (Fourth Edition poetry contributor) has released a new book of poetry titled Crawling Down the Alley to Easy Street! The link to Clare Songbirds Publishing House for more information and to purchase a copy is: https://www.claresongbirdspub.com/featured-authors/carol-oberg Bravo, Carol!
Thanks to our publishing partner, Mission Point Press for helping Walloon Writer Review grow! Now 103 pages, perfect bound and distributed through MPP or Ingram, booksellers, libraries, schools and more can order directly!
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For authors seeking a traditional route to publishing, we offer an in-depth query service to agencies. We also employ award-winning, traditionally published authors for those who need coaching or ghost writing.
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