Welcome to the website of writer and editor Julie Wakeman-Linn. Come in and take a look. Links are to your right, news below. Thanks for coming!
Writing full time with a little editing on the side has been good. Five new stories published and a novel draft complete since May 2017. Four new stories publish in 2019 and the year isn’t over yet.
The Words Wash away Everything is back up at Front Porch Review under Past issues (January).
Here’s my most recent, Threat of a Tangled Line, live now at Foliate Oak. It’s my first totally Chesapeake Bay story but another one is forthcoming soon.
I’m particularly fond of this other Chesapeake Bay story, an honoring of a good friend. Here’s the link to No Body
Hurrah for Monday– Lowestoft Chronicle just accepted “Properly Naked.” Enjoy the brief cruise with Mrs. Lorna Johnson.
“Shading a Line Gone Wrong” came out last spring in Oakwood, a fun publication because it resides in my home town. As an example of the Dakota diaspora, I feel like a prodigal son or a prophet who is not scorned in her homeland.
Evening Street Journal just published “A Rocket V-8.”
Mercurial Stories picked up a snippet of my prairie novel for Week 20 Hometown. The novel is currently looking for a home.
Chasing the Leopard Finding the Lion —Get it Kindle on Amazon. Also on Barnes & Nobles Nook. Or for a copy you can hold in your hands and that I can sign, email me via my contact page and I’ll ship one out.