Two books published by Lewes-based Cat & Mouse Press Win National Federation of Press Women Awards
More Sandy Shorts: Stories Set in and Around Rehoboth, Bethany, Lewes, Fenwick Island, Cape May and Chincoteague
More Sandy Shorts, a collection of delightful beach reads by Nancy Powichroski Sherman, won first place for short story collection by a single author. “I am excited and honored to have received this national award from National Federation of Press Women (NFPW),” said Powichroski Sherman, “especially having received that same honor for the previous collection that was simply titled, Sandy Shorts. With so many talented writers who participate in the contests run by Delaware Press Association and NFPW, I feel deeply honored that my stories were chosen.”
Beach Pulp: Tales of Suspense, Intrigue and Terror
A collection of stories reminiscent of the old pulp-fiction magazines, Beach Pulp won second place for collection of short stories by multiple authors and an honorable mention for book design, which featured a retro, Amazing Stories-style cover, with images by Pennsylvania artist Joe Palumbo. The stories take place in Rehoboth, Bethany, Cape May, Lewes, Ocean City and other beach towns, and cover a range of genres, including science fiction, fantasy, horror and noir. Titles include: The Dark Ride by Linda Chambers, Missing in Rehoboth by James Gallahan and A Million Tiny Bites by D.M. Domosea.
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