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Buy Member's Work

Many members of Cookeville Creative Writers' Association are published. The following blurbs describe their books or tapes and how to order a copy.

You are invited to enjoy the creative efforts of our members. Specific purchase information follows each item.

Lucy Adams
- 52 Hymn Story Devotions, in its second printing by Abingdon Press, can be ordered from any book store or online.

Janet Biery - Potter's Field, a mystery about retried teacher Edna Potter published by Advance Books Company available online at Barnes&Noble, Amazon, and

Walt Barger first book, Dark Sails in the Twilight, is a collection of poetry  available at most area bookstores.

Tom Edwards - Humorous Golfing Poetry of Tom Edwards, Raven Tree Press is available at area bookstores.  Recently Tom was interviewed on WCTE.

Mary Green - 50 Years with Bigfoot: Tennessee Chronicle of Co-Existence is available online or at area bookstores. She is working on a novel called People of the Night. Mary was recently taped for Liar's & Legends on Turner South.

Sarah Holloway has written two books, What's the Matter with Lucy?, about her daughters battle with schizophrenia and a collection of her humorous newspaper articles, "Don't put Your Knife in Your Mouth." 

Elizabeth Howard has been published in nearly every poetry journal in the country and as a collection of her work entitled, Anemones available in local bookstores.

Jennie Ivey, has co-written with Dr. Calvin Dickinson and Lisa Rand  Tennessee Tales the Textbooks Dont Tell which has been published by Over Mountain Press in Johnson City.   It is available at all area bookstores.

Barbara Jackson wrote the screenplays, directed and produced two short films.  The first Heavenly was accepted and screened at the Los Angeles film festival and the New York festival.  Her second film, primiered at the Writers' Conference. Now working on television series, the Hatfields and McCoys.

Todd Jarrell tape and book entitled Slow Dance With the Planet.  He also finished another exciting voyage, this time to Antarctica, and has sold a 5 part series about the trip to BBC radio and has had two articles appear in Hemisphere magazine.  He is working on a second book tape, also about the journey.

Judy Lucas - suspense novel, The Good Assassin and new romance, The Baron of Rothmoore are available from 1st Books and at area bookstores. Judy is writing a second in the series called the Quiet Assassin.

Tammy Moon - Short Stops Along the High Road, a CD of Tammys poems with Bill Mize playing acoustic guitar in the background is available from Moonbeam press.

Dick Standring has four books in print:  Hustle, about the advertising industry;  Dangerous Dancing, a murder mystery set in Detroit; a second Dangerous Relationships, set in Cookeville.  He has just completed the third Nick Alexander mystery, Dangerous Encounters. All are available at area bookstores or online.

Callie Melton author of  Pon My Honor --Folk Tales of the Upper Cumberland is working on a sequel, A Handful of Smoke.  Callie was named writer of the year for 2000.

Ed Wells - mystery novel Lethal Cargo, available from Infinity Publishing.  Ed is nearly through with a second novel, As You Sow.

Natalie Woodland - The Satirical Edge of Truth, Catholic University Press, out of print.

Copies of TOWN SPRING II thru TOWN SPRING VI are still available for $5 a copy plus $1 for shipping and handling. To order send check to CCWA, 1337 Hillsdale Drive, Cookeville,TN 38506.

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