Award-Winning Author to Write Column for National Print Magazine
Los Angeles -- Award-winning author Carolyn Howard-Johnson will write a new column for Writers' Journal, edited by Leon Ogroske.
The print journal, published bi-monthly, caters to all writers whose love of writing has prompted them to take the next step: attempting to become published. The 64-page magazine circulates to about 26,000 writers nationwide. It was founded in 1980.
The Journal's new columnist was an editorial assistant at Good Housekeeping (Hearst Corp) and was a fashion publicist for the Eleanor Lambert Agency in New York. She is a sometime movie and theater reviewer for the Glendale News-Press and publishes her own newsletter, "Sharing with Writers." It is an entity of Authors' Coalition, an organization for writers that she founded. (http://authorscoalitionandredenginepress.com).
Howard-Johnson was named Woman of the Year in Arts and Entertainment by the 43rd and 44th District of the California Legislature Her first novel, This is the Place, and her book of creative nonfiction, Harkening: A Collection of Stories Remembered, are both award winners. She is also the author of Tracings, a chapbook of poetry named to the Compulsive Reader's Ten Best Reads of 2005.
She is also is an instructor for UCLA Extension’s Writers’ Program. Her book The Frugal Book Promoter: How to Do What Your Publisher Won't was named USA Book News' Best Professional Book and earned the Book Publicists of Southern California's Irwin award.
Howard-Johnson may be reached at (HoJoNews.aol.com) Information is also available at http://carolynhoward-johnson.com.
Learn more about the magazine at: http://www.writersjournal.com/
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