Thursday, October 6, 2011

Published !!!

Write without pay until somebody offers pay. If nobody offers within three years, the candidate may look upon this circumstance with the most implicit confidence as the sign that sawing wood is what he was intended for. - Mark Twain

Mississippi Land And Lodges, an upscale hunting and fishing magazine, recently published this tale that I wrote about a year ago.  Hit the link if you have 10 minutes to kill. 
It's in the August/September/October issue, the one with the antler chandelier on the cover.
Check it out if you get a chance.  If you're a Mississippi hunter, you need this magazine on your coffee table, opened to page 20. 
They pay well, and I have a daughter at Texas A and M.  Let the editor know that you like my stuff.  That's all I'm saying.....



6 comments:

justjohn said...

Congrats my friend.

CharlieDelta said...

Wait!!!!

I know that guy!!!

Tim Lebsack said...

Congrats, Sir. I "liked" them on Facebook.

Harper said...

That is so cool, Whited. I think the Caramel Pie Story would make a lovely short film. I can just see the slow motion shot of duck feathers floating through the air to the strains of a brilliant musical score.

Dr Ralph said...

Well done, sir!

Nick said...

I like that story, but I love The Hunt for the Red Dachshund.