Published in 2011

All NWG members are invited to list their publications for the year 2011 here. Please log in and scroll to the bottom of this page. Fill out the form. List the title of the publication, where it was published, and the publishers name where applicable.

 

If you need help logging in, click the Contact Us button at the top of the page and message the site administrator.

 

Comments

buehlej's picture

Author Name: 
James Buehler
Publications: 

Fiction: The Swords of B'ajj: Truthseeker - Print and eBook - September 19, 2011 - CreateSpace

sallyjwalker's picture

Author Name: 
Sally J. Walker
Publications: 

Nonfiction, Book: A Writer's Year. The Fiction Works (Corvalis, OR, 2011).

Monthly Column: A Dramatist's Tale, www.savvyauthors.com

Poetry: "The Splintered Wood, the Salvaged Soul". Asian American Times, 7 Apr 2011, Pg 6. 

 

 

Cardinal Gal's picture

Author Name: 
Valerie Lee Vierk
Publications: 

Articles written for the 125th Anniversary of Ravenna, Nebraska

"Bertha Polenz - She Built Her Dream House."  The Ravenna News, January 12, 2011.

"Mrs. Eva Barr--A Traveler's Best Friend."  The Ravenna News, March 9, 2011.

"Ravenna Railroad Tales."  The Ravenna News, April 13, 2011.

"Baseball in Early Ravenna--The Fats Versus the Leans."  The Ravenna News, August 17, 2011.

Travelog for trip to Ireland:

"A Visit to the Emerald Isle, Part I."  The Ravenna News, July 20, 2011.

"A Visit to the Emerald Isle, Part II."  The Ravenna News, July 27, 2011.

"A Visit to the Emerald Isle, Part III."  The Ravenna News, August 3, 2011.

Essays:

"The Gift of Swans," Hastings Central Community College Earth Day Contest, Third place, April 2011.

"In the Grasp of a Cyclone." Platte Valley Review, Volume 32, Issue 1, Fall 2011-2012.

Poetry:

"She's All We Have." Hastings Central Community College Earth Day Contest. Third place, April 2011.

 

Author Name: 
Dennis Mihelich
Publications: 

First Telegraph Line across the Continent: Charles Brown's 1861 Diary, Lincoln: Nebraska State Historical Society Books. Co-editor, James E. Potter.