Here's what's been happening these past couple of weeks:
Melvyn Windham's story "Actuarial Year" won second place at the Society of Actuaries Speculative Fiction Contest.
Milo James Fowler's "Harbinger of Arroyo Seco" was published in Big Pulp Magazine and "Dahlia's Feast" was published in Aoife's Kiss.
Nathanial Tower published Chapter 17 and Chapter 18 of his ongoing serial, Misty Me and Me at JukePop Serials, and his short story, "A Guilty Dream" at Washington Passtime.
Alicia Cole's poems, "Atibon Legba," "Marrying Spirit A Song for Bawon Samedi," and "Papa Damballah" appeared in Eternal Haunted Summer. Her poem "Ariadne merione" appeared in hyacinth noir, “Asteroid Orphan” was published in Aoife's Kiss, and “Maud Gonne, After” in Mythic Delirium.
Von Rupert's article "Halos, Horns, and Homeschoolers" was published in Aiming Low, and her flash story, "The Real Mom" was published in Every Day Fiction..
A.S. Andrews poem, "Used" has appeared at Every Day Poets.
Walt Giersbach's story "Lunchtime Interlude" was published at Short.-Story.me.
Stephen V. Ramey's "Spring Fashion" appeared at Pure Slush.
John Brooke published articles in Escapers© Stories at The Baja Citizen (newspaper), and The East Capers Periiodico.
Congratulations fellow W1S1 peeps. Please take some time to read our members' stories, and be sure to comment where that is possible (if you like the story, of course). Our weekly check-in post will appear here tomorrow.