- February 2008: Henry Tjernlund's flash fiction story "Fresh" is published in Issue Two of Escape Velocity magazine, published in both print and ebook versions. Way to go, Henry!
- June 2006: Chetan Chothani's short article is published anonymously in the "Off the Record" column in Infoworld, a webzine. Read Chetan's take on the other side of outsourcing here. Woo hoo!
- March 2006: Larry Ivkovich's short story "Navilla's Wraith" is featured in Twisted Cat Tales, an anthology edited by Esther Schrader. Find it here at Amazon.com. Huzzah, Larry, huzzah!
- November 2005: Larry Ivkovich's short story "Gateway to Avalon" is featured in the September 2005 issue of Kenoma webzine. You go, Larry!
- July 2005: Triangulation 2005 is now out from PARSEC Ink. It features stories by SouthWrites John Branch ("The Voices of Eternity"), Ann Cecil ("Coffee, Tea and Persia"), Judith Friedl ("He Lifted His Voice to Sing"), Lynn Hawker ("The Devil is in the Details"), and Larry Ivkovich ("A Life in the Day"). Once again, Barb Carlson did a great job as editor. You can find Triangulation 2005 at PARSEC Ink. Order your copy today!
- November, 2004: Larry Ivkovich's short story
"Lord of the Fleas" is featured in "The Front," a new Pittsburgh-area weekly newspaper. Larry does it again!
- July 2004: PARSEC's latest publication,
Triangulation 2004, comes out in time for Confluence
2004. "A Question of Belief" by John Branch, "Well Met by Moonlight" by
Judith Friedl, "Merlin and Vivian--Monologues in the Whitethorn Bower: Then and Now" by Lynn Hawker, and "The Gray War" by Larry Ivkovich are among the terrific stories in this year's anthology, which was edited by Barb Carlson. You can find it at PARSEC Ink. Get your copy today!
- March 2004: Larry Ivkovich sells his short
story "Casual Day" to Storyteller, a Canadian print magazine.
Larry shoots and scores!
- July 2003: PARSEC's newest publication,
Triangulation 2003, comes out in time for Confluence
2003. "Shadow Chasing" by John Branch, "Wishing Bridge" by Ann
Cecil, and "Troll" by Judith Friedl are among the fine stories in this anthology. You can find it at PARSEC Ink. Get your copy today!
- September 2001: Judith Friedl's short
story "Well Met by Moonlight" appears in the September/October issue of
the now-defunct Alternate Realities webzine. Sweet!
- January 2001: Six from PARSEC: the
PARSEC Fantasy Anthology becomes the first book published by the
fledgling PARSEC Publishing venture. Ann Cecil's "The Pittsburgh Town
Musicians" and Judith Friedl's "The Love-Talker" are among the featured
stories. Oh, yeah!
- December, 2000: The Barnes & Noble
anthology Crafty Cat Crimes is published in time for holiday
buying. Carole McIntyre's short stories "Burning Bright" and "Habit" are
in good company. Mee-ow!
- December 2000: the second part of Barb
Carlson's article on ferret-proofing the home appears in the Jan/Feb
issue of Ferrets magazine. Barb does it again!
- October 2000: the first part of Barb
Carlson's two-part article on ferret-proofing the home appears in the
Nov/Dec issue of Ferrets magazine. Fabulous, Barb!