David C. Hughes, Writer

“For the LORD your God will bless you in all your harvest and in all the work of your hands, and your JOY will be complete." –Deuteronomy 16:15

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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