Rose Gordy pictured near the heart of it all
Nov. 10, 2015
-- The sci-fi zine Pablo Lennis has published Rose Gordy's new story, "Recognition,"
in the November 2015 issue. Involving an unexpected interstellar meeting in an otherwise mundane classroom, this story revolves around two colleagues who face off in a virtual chess match. Please visit http://www.Rosewords.com
for more information about Rose Gordy and her writings.
Will Mrs. Lansing be able to convince an undercover agent from her home planet to play along with her ongoing ruse? Although they are both studying human culture and behavior, will the rude fellow spy foil her cover and force her to return home? Time will tell if they can become amicable friends or despised adversaries.
Pablo Lennis, edited by John Thiel, is sci-fi’s longest running fanzine with more than 250 issues over the last 26 years. There is also an online version titled "Surprising Stories" which showcases original art and informative conjecture.
Author and dream counselor Rose Gordy spent thirteen years of her early life as a nun effectively cut off from the world. In spite of the conditions within the Church, she managed to leave and make a life for herself including getting married and having three sons. Through her experiences in the convent as well as decades of teaching in the classroom, she has woven compelling stories and poems honoring the lives lost and changed forever by adversity. For more information about Rose and Rosewords Books, please visit http://www.Rosewords.com
. There you will find information about her newest book, "The Green That Never Died," an autobiographical account of her varied life.
Rose Gordy is a national and state workshop facilitator, speech coach, veteran secondary English teacher, dream counselor, and published poet, essayist and short story writer. She earned a Master’s Degree in English and French from the University of Notre Dame and has been writing and teaching for most of her life.