Books by Our Members
We are pleased to provide a partial listing of book publications by our Members. We have also indicated which books are still available and where you can obtain a copy. We hope to continually expand and promote this list as Members provide information about new publications.
Haiku and Senryu: A Simple Guide for All, Published by Artful Communicators Press, 2014. To receive complete information or to purchase an autographed copy from the author, please email.
Beginners' Guide to Writing and Selling Quality Features: A Simple Course in Freelancing for Newspapers, Magazines, 1990
Everything You Need to Know About Nursing Homes: The Family's Comprehensive Guide to Either Working with the Institution or Find Care Alternatives, 2005.
You Can Be a Columnist: Writing and Selling Your Way to Prestige, 1993
Your Original Personal Ad: The Complete Guide to Expressing Your Unique Sentiments to Find Your Dream Person, 1995
White Fire: for Olympic Skaters, Finishing Line Press.
Where the Street Ends, Jupiter Publishing. Willow Springs, IL, 60480. 2010. To request a copy of the book, contact the author.
My Mother’s Artwork. Jupiter Publishing. Willow Springs, IL, 60480. 2011. To request a copy of the book, contact the author.
Szechwan Shrimp & Fortune Cookies: Poems from a Chinese Restaurant (Rockford, IL: Rockford Writers Guild, 2008). To purchase the book, please email.
Pequod Poems: Gamming with Moby-Dick (Kelsay Books, 2019) (Available from the publisher and on amazon.com).
To Sip Darjeeling at Dawn, Virtual Artists Collective, Chicago 2011. (Available from the publisher, or through Abe Books, Powells.com, Barnes & Noble.com, and Amazon).
Chasing the Saints, Virtual Artists’ Collective, 2008. (available through Powells, AbeBooks, your local independent bookseller, or Barnes & Noble
Jumping Off the Train, Orchard House Press, Washington State 2007 (Available from Amazon and orchardhousepress.com)
The Other Side of Thunder, Flarestack Publishing, 2006 (8 Abbot's Way, Pilton, Somerset, England BA4 4BN)
Beside the Golden Door is the story of one family, five of whom immigrate from
Germany to America, alternating with the three members remaining behind. It goes from the late 1920s to the end of World War II,
describing the experiences of those buffeted by powers and politics barely understood. (Qualified Press, 2012), available at Amazon.com
The Prince and The Elf, a rhyming, humorous children's book with a message to Think For Yourself. @Amazon
The Prince, and The Elf Too, also a rhyming, humorous children's book stressing the importance of treating others as you would like to be treated. @Amazon
a scant bagatelle, a collection of 51 poems providing a wry look at reality as well as a deeper message. @Amazon
the nature of things, humorous, philosophical poetry and essays including many depicting growing up in Chicago. @Amazon