Thursday, October 22, 2009

Creative Mythographers on the Move

Glimmerglass, edited by John Allen Small

Glimmerglass: The Creative Writer's Annual (Volume 1) is now available, including contributions from writers such as Roman Leary, P.J. Lozito, Dennis E. Power, Arthur C. Sippo, Michael D. Winkle, and John Allen Small.
  • A high school student finds more excitement than she bargained for when a new classmate talks her into spending the night in a haunted barn....
  • A mysterious traveler and his young granddaughter find themselves coming to the aid of one of the greatest adventurers of the 20th century....
  • An investigative journalist uncovers the incredible true story behind the legendary rampage of a giant gorilla in New York City....

These tales and more can be found in the pages of this publication, which was created especially for people who love to read by people who love to write. It represents the efforts of a collection of individuals who are sensitive to the power of the written word, people who care about their craft and who might one day place in front of your child or grandchild a sentence or paragraph that may in some fashion change that child's life. For such is the power of creative writing.

Order here.

5 comments:

Robert E. Wronski, Jr. said...

So I'm writing a blog on King Kong in the Television Crossover Universe, and apparently I need glimmerglass; the creative writer's annual, volume 1, john allen small, because he's already done much of the work in his essay "the Beast". But I can't find it for sale anywhere. You don't happen to know of anywhere I can get my hands on a copy, do you?

Win Scott Eckert said...

Yep, just Googled it; it's available here:

http://www.bookemon.com/book-profile/glimmerglass/30672

Robert E. Wronski, Jr. said...

Nope, was already there. When you click on "buy" it says it's no longer available and suggests I contact the author.

Win Scott Eckert said...

Gotcha. John Small's site/blog is listed on the right side of my site/blog under Writers. You should be able to contact him that way. or email me offline for his email address.

Robert E. Wronski, Jr. said...

Yup. Hopefully he has a copy or knows where I can get one. I have to stop waiting so long to buy these books. LOL