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What Writers Working Together Can Do

A few weeks back I wrote about my friend Jon Zech, whose cancer has him stuck in bed with little hope of recovery. I wanted to update readers on a couple of developments. First, Jon is much more comfortable these days. The docs have finally got the meds right so he can function without the … Continue reading

The Face Maker, My First Collection of Stories, Is Available on Amazon

Just a quick blog this week to announce the next step in our local writers’ group’s venture into the self publishing world. Each of us has produced a book for sale to help show we have the skills and experience necessary to help writers publish their work. Mine is called The Face Maker and other … Continue reading

Amazonimation – the Writer as Marketer and the Decline of Good Fiction

But how can anyone be a good writer if so much time is spent posting and commenting on blogs, Tweeting, on Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.? Continue reading

Tahoma Literary Review Now Open for Submissions

TLR is officially open for submissions of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. To find out more about this new (paying) literary journal, please visit us at Tahoma Literary Review.

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The Face Maker and other stories of obsession is my collection of short stories out now from Woodward Press. Kelly Davio, author of Burn This House, says. "In stories that range effortlessly across time period and place, Joe Ponepinto delivers the kind of masculine character we crave in literary fiction; these characters wrestle with the most essential questions of morality, and they bare-knuckle box with their human frailties." Find it on Amazon in paperback and Kindle. Want a signed copy? Email me at jpon (at) thirdreader (dot) com.

For the editing and tutoring services I offer, please see my companion site at Third Reader.

I am the Book Review Editor for the Los Angeles Review, a literary journal.

For links to some published stories, go to my Publications page.

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