These are the opinions of others about my writing.
‘The Acrostics Distraction Technique’ won the Microcosms Flash Fiction Short Story Competition 167 on 17/08/2019. Competition Judge Eloise said ‘This story stayed with me long after I finished reading it. I loved the way tales were woven with the letters of the things used to torture him. Very well done.’
“Thank you so much for submitting your poem, ‘Awaiting the death of spin’…we thought it was a fantastic poem and a great fit for Issue 6 of Lucent Dreaming … we’d love to see more of your work in the future.”
Jannat Ahmed and the Editorial Team
We’re delighted to let you know that we are accepting your submission The Alien Species Protection Act (ASPA) (with one time publication rights) for this issue. Well done …
Again, thank you for your submission, we look forward to working with you and publishing your work!
Gloria Bobrowicz Editor-in-Chief
“… one thing became increasingly clear and that was that the quality of the work submitted was outstanding … So, for those on the list below, congratulations …”
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‘Pannus Mihi Passionis’ “might have to wait for exposure until Summer Terrier. It’s a meaty piece & too clever to cut down … Please don’t be offended – the series is grand.” – Betty Albon, Editor of ACES ‘The Terrier’ magazine.
Your story is now posted in our nonfiction section…We are glad to have your participation…Your greatest contribution … is your participation. We hope this story is only the first of many you will share with us.
THE PRESERVATION FOUNDATION, INC.
Richard Loller, Publisher
“We’re delighted to let you know that we are accepting your submission of Graveyard Shift (with one time publication rights) for this issue …We all loved your piece.”
Gloria, Nina, Lee and Erin, Editorial Team, Sirens Call Publications.
For the theme, ‘All About Me’, in the Didcot Writers April 2019 competition the Judge Rachel Waters chose ‘Sam’s Spot’ as one of the runners up. She said:
“With understated poignancy, this piece gently portrayed the grief felt when a young person is taken from us too soon.”
“Thank you for entering the April competition. Our Reader … has selected one winner and five other choices, as follows: … Sam’s Spot, by David Lewis Pogson. Congratulations to all!”
Alice Little, Editor, Didcotwriters.wordpress.com
“We’re delighted to let you know that we are accepting your submission, The Zombie Equal Rights Order (ZERO) (with one time publication rights) for this issue…we look forward to working with you and publishing your work!”
Gloria Bobrowicz, Editor-in-Chief, Sirens Call Publications.