With help of international collaborators, Oregon Writers Colony member, Terra Chapek has just launched an online journal for literature in translation, Underpass: Shortcut to to World Writing. The website will feature fiction and narrative nonfiction from around the world., with a focus on translations into English from small and marginalized language group. It launched with sixteen modern writers from Croatia and will be launching new countries periodically, as time and submissions allow. More Information
Just in time for Halloween: “Nine Deadly Lives: An Anthology of Feline Fiction,” including Oregon Writer’s Colony member Mollie Hunt’s Crazy Cat Lady short story, “Cat’s Cradle.”
“From magic to murder, from felines to faeries, the authors spin thirteen tales featuring those sometimes aloof and occasionally dangerous but always adorable creatures we know and love as cats. Whether it’s mystery, fantasy, historical, or romance, these cat tales provide plenty of entertainment and thrills.”
Available on Amazon and Smashwords October 2.
Cat’s Eyes, the second mystery in Mollie Hunt’s Crazy Cat Lady series, will be published by Amazon in print and electronic form in December.
What if a retired cat-lady found a stolen 68-carat chunk of trouble in her Portland back yard pond?
Lynley Cannon is the crazy cat lady, but she’s not quite crazy yet, even though a bizarre connection to a bumbled heist and two murders has got her wondering. The cops think she’s the killer, but the real killer targets Lynley, herself.