My story “Fried Chicken Talks” is published in the 2013 issue of “The California Writers Club Literary Review”. This publication is one of the perks of being in the club. The Review is delivered to all members, and we have the opportunity to enter our work every year. This time, editor David Lewis LaRoche said, “One-hundred fifty-two submissions were reviewed and graded, each by three different editors using common genre-specific criteria for making assessments. What you see is the best.”
I feel honored that my story was one of the twenty-seven selected.
A nice surprise arrived in my mailbox. The California Writers Club has produced a Literary Review where CWC members can submit stories for publication. They chose twenty-eight to publish out of one hundred sixteen stories and poems that were submitted. Stories can be previously published as long as the author has the right to convey all rights to the CWC Literary Review for a one-time use.
This Spring 2012 Inaugural Issue is very well done, high quality paper, interesting stories, nice design and layout. they plan to have three issues a year. Submissions for the autumn issue are open from May 1st through June 30th. If you are a CWC member, you may enter. Here’s another good reason to join the club besides the inspiring meetings and activities they have for members.