David C. Hughes, Writer

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Bylines

Works Published:

  • Article, “The Physics of a Thunderstorm,” Broome Community College Fulcrum, Vol. XXV, No. 8, April 29, 1983 (Winner, Writing Across Campus contest, Natural Applied Science Category)
  • Short Story, “Life of Johnny,” Broome Community College Chrysalis, Vol. IX, Spring 1984
  • Poem, “Challenger,” Clarkson University Integrator, Vol. LXVII, No. 15, February 25, 1986
  • Poem, “Friendship,” The New York Poetry Foundation Anthology,” Spring 1986
  • Poem, “Friendship,” American Poetry Anthology, Vol. VI, No. 3, Fall 1986
  • Poem, “Castaway,” Best New Poets of 1986
  • Poem, “Vigil,” Independent Review, Winter 1986 (1st place poetry winner)
  • Poem, “Tempest Flower,” Words of Praise: A Treasury of Religious and Inspirational Poetry, Volume III, 1987
  • Poem, “Desert Flight,” The Poetry of Life: A Treasury of Moments, Volume I, 1987
  • Poem, “Rings,” Odessa Poetry Review, Summer 1987
  • Poem, “Solo,” Odessa Poetry Review, Winter 1987
  • Poem, “Solo,” Once Upon a Poet, A Suwannee Poetry Book, 1987
  • Poem, “As We Travel,” Seasons of Life, 1987
  • Poem, “As We Travel,” Rhyme and Reason
  • Poem, “Children of a Greater God,” Independent Review, Summer 1987
  • Poem, “Love Take Wing,” Treasured Poems for Young and Old, 1987
  • Article, “The Pun of Soaring,” Soaring Magazine, November 1987
  • Poem, “Love Take Wing,” Dreams and Wishes, 1988
  • Poem, “Did You See?”, Editor’s Choice: A Selection of John Frost’s Favorite Poems, 1988
  • Poem, “American Dreaming,” Poetry in Flight contest, 1988 (Honorable Mention)
  • Poem, “American Dreaming,” The Golden Treasury of Great Poems, 1988
  • Poem, “American Dreaming,” Today’s Modern Poetry
  • Poem, “American Dreaming,” Through These Eyes
  • Poem, “Discover,” All Our Love
  • Poem, “The Color Green,” From Then . . . Til Now
  • Poem, “Moving On,” Celebration of Life
  • Letter to the Editor, “Drive Friendly,” The Dallas Morning News, September 1, 1989
  • Book, You Might be a Writer, illustrated by David C. Hughes, written by David C. Hughes and Robyn M. Conley (out of print, plan is to re-release by 2014)
  • Letter to the Editor, “The Easter Void,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, April 22, 1995
  • Article, “Talking to Yourself–It’s Not So Crazy,” Lockheed Fort Worth Management Association Courier, February 1995 (“Toaster” column)
  • Article, “Quicksilver Expressions,” Lockheed Fort Worth Management Association Courier, March 1995 (“Toaster” column)
  • Article, “The Answer Is . . .”, Lockheed Fort Worth Management Association Courier, April 1995 (“Toaster” column)
  • Article, “Making Tracks in Dinosaur Valley,” Country Coupons, April 1995
  • Short Story, “Show-n-Tell,” Brownwood Circuit Writers contest entry (Winner, Mystery/Suspense/Horror short story contest, April 22, 1995)
  • Article, “All Work and No Play? Not!”, Lockheed Fort Worth Management Association Courier, May 1995 (“Toaster” column)
  • Article, “Fossil Rim — Rescuing Wildlife from the Edge of Oblivion,” Country Coupons, May 1995
  • Article, “FEAR: Your Silent Partner,” Lockheed Fort Worth Management Association Courier, June 1995 (“Toaster” column)
  • Article, “The River Mild,” Country Coupons, July 1995
  • Article, “Developing a Winning Speech,” Lockheed Fort Worth Management Association Courier, July 1995 (“Toaster” column)
  • Article, “Maryknoll,” North Texas Catholic, Vol. 11, No. 25, July 14, 1995
  • Article, “Starting a New Life,” North Texas Catholic, Vol. 11, No. 28, August 25, 1995
  • Article, “Anatomy of a Toastmasters Meeting,” Lockheed Fort Worth Management Association Courier, August 1995 (“Toaster” column)
  • Article, “Layland Museum — The Legacy of Cleburne,” Country Coupons, September 1995
  • Article, “Can We Talk?”, Lockheed Fort Worth Management Association Courier, September 1995 (“Toaster” column)
  • Article, “Developing Leadership Skills in Toastmasters,” Lockheed Fort Worth Management Association Courier, October 1995 (“Toaster” column)
  • Article, “Father Joe Fest: Holy Family Bids Farewell to Pastor,” North Texas Catholic, Vol. 11, No. 37, October 27, 1995
  • Article, “Not Ready for Toastmasters? Get Your Feet Wet with Speechcraft!”, Lockheed Fort Worth Management Association Courier, November 1995 (“Toaster” column)
  • Article, “Diocesan Singles Mass: Celebrating in Unity,” North Texas Catholic, Vol. 11, No. 40, November 17, 1995 (front page)
  • Article, “Storytelling and the Family of Faith, Worship,” North Texas Catholic, Vol. 11, No. 40, November 17, 1995 (front page)
  • Article, “Smile! You’re on TV Toastmasters (Part 1),” Lockheed Fort Worth Management Association Courier, December 1995 (“Toaster” column)
  • Article, “Smile! You’re on TV Toastmasters (Part 2),” Lockheed Fort Worth Management Association Courier, January 1996 (“Toaster” column)
  • Article, “Family Pathfinders: Making Welfare Reform a Reality One Family at a Time,” North Texas Catholic, Vol. 15, No. 14, July 16, 1999
  • Article, “Family Pathfinders: Helping People Help Themselves,” Lockheed Martin Plane Talk, Vol. 7, No. 8, August 30, 1999
  • Article, “Retrouvaille: A Lifeline for Troubled Marriages,” North Texas Catholic, Vol. 15, No. 18, September 17, 1999
  • Article, “At Work in the Fields of the Lord,” North Texas Catholic, Vol. 16, No. 14, July 28, 2000
  • Poem, “Heron,” Abilene Writers Guild contest, June 2, 2001 (Honorable Mention)
  • Short Story, “Headstones,” Abilene Writers Guild contest, September 10, 2001 (3rd place tie)
  • Guest Blog, “A Writer’s Gotta Do What a Writer’s Gotta Do,” guest blog for Amanda M. Thrasher, www.amandamthrasher.com/blog, August 16, 2013
  • Short Story, “Quod Est Dentem,” Writer’s Digest magazine “Your Story” contest number 53 finalist (top five out of over 500 entries), November 29, 2013
  • Book review for Runaway Amish Girl, by Emma J. Gingerich, January 6, 2014, published in her press release
  • Guest Devotional, “Overflowing with Hope,” for elevateHim Ministries, February 17, 2014
  • Guest Devotional, “I Am Who He Says I Am,” Part 1, for elevateHim Ministries, February 24, 2014
  • Guest Devotional, “I Am Who He Says I Am,” Part 2, for elevateHim Ministries, March 3, 2014
  • Guest Devotional, “Prayer,” for elevateHim Ministries, July 7, 2014
  • Book, The Epiphany of Joy, inspirational Christian non-fiction, released August 29, 2014 (Published by Progressive Rising Phoenix Press)
    • Texas Association of Authors Best Book Award 2015 (Inspirational)
  • Book, Melted Clowns, children’s picture book illustrated by Emilie Hughes, released August 29, 2014 (Published by Progressive Rising Phoenix Press)
    • Texas Association of Authors Best Book Award 2015 (Children’s 7 and Up)
  • Short Story, “The Clockmaker,” Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc. (OWFI) 2015 contest, first place, May 2, 2015
  • Inspirational Article, “Meandering on the River Walk–with a Stick,” OWFI 2015 contest, first place, May 2, 2015
  • Book, 10 Little Hiccups / 10 pequeños hipos, children’s picture book illustrated by Ken Bryson, released August 31, 2015 (Published by Progressive Rising Phoenix Press)

Published Books Edited:

  • Runaway Amish Girl: The Great Escape by Emma Gingerich (published by Progressive Rising Phoenix Press)
  • MoscowLTD.com by Nina Guest (self-published)
  • Muddy Madeleine Meets an Arach-a-doo by Amanda Stone Norton (published by Progressive Rising Phoenix Press)
  • Face Forward, Move Forward by Arlene Gale (published by TAG Publishing–an Amazon.com and USA Today bestseller)
  • Face Forward, Move Forward Lifestyle Guide and Workbook  by Arlene Gale
  • Unbelievable! by Stella E. Brooks (published by Progressive Rising Phoenix Press)
  • The Power of Family Vision book and workbook, by Bill and Danielle Ford (self-published–see http://www.c2family.com)

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