Published Work From Writer Camp

 Barrelhouse Assistant Editor and Novelist Tara Campbell workshops with Anne Geever Riconosciuto at Writer Camp 2016.

Barrelhouse Assistant Editor and Novelist Tara Campbell workshops with Anne Geever Riconosciuto at Writer Camp 2016.

People really do get work done at Barrelhouse Writer Camp. Here's a sample of published work that was either started, worked on, finished, or accepted at Writer Camp. 

Panic Years by Daniel DiFranco, draft novel reviewed during editor meeting. 

Aubade, by Caleb Curtiss, drafted at Writer Camp. 

The Truth About Goldfish, by Josh Jones, drafted at Writer Camp. 

Dust Bunny City, by Bud Smith, draft finished at Camp, book published by Disorder Press. 

Philadelphia, workshopped at Camp, chapbook published by Barrelhouse Books.  

A Lesson for You Girls, by Shasta Grant, workshopped at Camp, published at Smokelong. 

Love Letter, by Shasta Grant, workshopped/accepted at Editor meeting, published at Hobart. 

Rules by Meghan Phillips, workshopped with Editor at Camp, published at Matchbook. 

Love, loss and what I would sing: A meditation on “The Voice” auditions, by Doug Paul Case, drafted at Camp, published at Salon. 

Solicitations, by Benjamin Woodard, workshopped/accepted at Editor meeting, published at Hobart. 

Did You Hear That? by Benjamin Woodard, workshopped/accepted at Editor meeting, published at Hobart. 

(Editor's Note: Benjamin Woodard had a couple of really good meetings with Hobart Editor Aaron Burch. It doesn't usually work like that.)

The Ghost and the Mouse, by Nicholas Dolern, drafted at Camp, published at Chicago Literati. 

How To Write Your Way Out Of An Emotional Funk In Just 20 Minutes, drafted at Camp, by Gina Tomaine, published at Organic Life. Final article features several pictures from the Godspeed Hostel facilities where Camp is held. 

Government-issued Bunnies, by Caroline Bock, drafted at Camp, published at Smokelong Quarterly

The Wherewithal, by Benjamin Woodard, workshopped at Editor meeting, published at Monkeybicycle

The Defiant Ones: Learning to Embrace Both Amanda Rosewater and and Stahma Tarr, by Lauren Busser, proposal drafted at Camp, published at Brain Mill Press