You may have noticed our website has a whole new look, and just in time to announce the contributors for our upcoming 2020 Fall/Winter issue of moonShine review!
With an outstanding turnout of submissions, choosing stories this time proved difficult. We enjoyed so many, but alas, our budget only allows a set number. So, thank you ALL for submitting, and congratulations to the following who will be featured in the next moonShine:
Featured Photographer: Lynn Farmer
Featured Authors: Franklin Bailey, Anna Catanese, Joyce Compton Brown, Steve Cushman, Gregg Cusick, Alan Gartenhaus, Joiya Morrison-Efemini, Martin Settle, Jane Shlensky, Allen Stevenson, Bob Strother, and Nancy Young
More details on the issue (including a sneak peek at the cover) to come. Meanwhile, I hope you enjoy perusing the new website. And I appreciate any feedback, including bugs you may encounter, while doing so!
Stay safe and keep writing, Anne M. Kaylor Executive Editor & Publisher
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Featured Photographer: T. Parker Sanborn
Featured Authors: Lisa L. Lynn, Jane Shlensky, Allen Stevenson, Bob Strother, Caren Stuart, Andrea Turner, Elizabeth B. Watson, Nancy Young
Our stories this issue create a cohesiveness much like the near-perfect, slightly varied petals of the intricate dahlia. Imagery overlaps as the invisible becomes visible, and vise versa. Characters crisscross as male and female voices run the gamut between witless and wise. Settings emerge from virtual to natural while plots gradually unfold to reveal often surprising results. Though diverse in content, an intuitive theme blossoms as these stories and photos blend to create a rhythm for the senses, a chorus of personalities, a symphony arcing from conflict to resolution.
Keep Writing ~ Keep Sharing Anne M. Kaylor Executive Editor & Publisher
Stories Not to Tell by Bob Strother Sequel to Shug’s Place
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When an Army buddy’s twelve-year-old daughter goes missing, Vietnam veteran Shug Barnes enlists a cadre of old friends and new acquaintances to track down the kidnappers. His newly formed posse, a unique mix of men and women on both sides of the law, go to great lengths to rescue the young girl—and still keep their own secrets intact. To do so, they will challenge a force seething with racial hatred, more insidious than Waco’s Koresh and just as lethal.
Gary V. Powell: This book reminds us that, beneath the surface of a bland, homogenous, white-collar American landscape lies a rich, blue-collar, black market underbelly. Bankers and politicians walk the streets in broad daylight, but hustlers and grifters ply the darkness. Yet, in that darkness, an old school code of honor is at play, a code of honor that feels solid and reassuring in these uncertain times.
Nancy McFarlane: A cast of the most unlikely characters come together in this action-packed crime thriller… colorful characters whose lives are intertwined in an unputdownable quest…
Susan Reichert: An excellent read…
David Burnsworth: Bob Strother really knows how to write a page turner! In Stories Not to Tell, he exposes the dark side of an already dark world. Shug Barnes is the cunning lead man in a tale that starts in Detroit, stops off in South Carolina, and ends up in a place we should all be afraid exists. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and look forward to Bob’s next.