Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Snow Angels to be published in the Momaya Short Story Review 2018

Delightful news this morning.

My short story Snow Angels has been selected to be published in the 2018 Momaya Short Story Review, together with Bits of Colored Glass story by my friend Carol Malley who recived a honorable mention. The theme of the competition was Coming of Age. Congratulations to all the shortlisted writers! Everything is better with friends! 










Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Read Tatjana's Stories

Here are the places where you can read my stories:


1. American Fiction, volume 16 - Snow Angles, a coming of age story with very unique characters.

The book can be purchased here https://www.newriverspress.com/product/american-fiction-volume-16/



2. WordWorks Summer 2017 edition - Canoe Benches of the Salish Sea, a postcard creative non-fiction piece about early days of an immigrant in Vancouver.

This magazine is available in public libraries across BC, Canada




3. Pain That Unites Us All, Anthology - Shaque Attack, a short story about fathers, sons, and daughters.

This book can be purchased here or downloaded for free here




4. Womanthology, Anthology - Dana, Bistraexcerpts from my upcoming novel in stories set in Serbia.

This book is available as a free download and for sale as a paperback. 




5. Whitmanology, Anthology - The Spring of 1999, Tobacco Leaf, excerpts from my upcoming novel in stories set in Serbia.

This book is available as a free download and for sale as a paperback.





6. RCLAS e-zine, Issue 46 - My Burka Girl, a humorous story about a rebellious girl and an enamored young man.

This e-zine can be downloaded here https://issuu.com/rclas/docs/june_2017_rclas_ezine_issue_46





7. RCLAS e-zine, Issue 48 - Spirit Bear Island, a ghost story about a woman with regrets.

This e-zine can be downloaded here: https://issuu.com/rclas/docs/october_2017_ezine_issue48




I hope you will enjoy reading my work.

Tatjana

Eagle Mountain - Honorable Mention and published in RCLAS e-zine

My short story Eagle Mountain earned an honorable mention in the 2018 Write On! contest by the Royal City Literary Arts Society. Congratulations to everyone who participated, and especially to Claire, my friend from the Port Moody writers' group, who won the contest.

I enjoyed reading my story at the awards event on June 9 in the Anvil Centre in New Westminster.

Read my story in the June 2018 RCLAS Wordplay at Work Issue 55 together with some amazing pieces by the featured talented writers.