Publications where Cj's work has appeared. 


 Blossoms and Blizzards       

  Cj Fosdick is pleased to offer this anthology of short stories, poems and essays by noted Minnesota authors, Jon Hassler, Garrison Keillor, Carol Bly, Meridel LeSueur, Cj Fosdick, and many others. This book makes a wonderful gift for  people who appreciate fine writing. Order a copy from Cj for $8.00 (softcover) or $10.00 (hardcover) which includes shipping. 
A Season of Acceptance
Prentice Hall's Literature Textbook for  High School  contains stories by Kipling, Hemingway, Bradbury, O. Henry, Asimov,  and Cj Fosdick's  'A Season of Acceptance'...a Christmas story about a young girl's relationship with her crotchety grandfather and the spitting, orphaned llama she raised. The story was also picked up by the Galaxy Textbook and by Seventeen Magazine after winning the Annual Fiction Contest sponsored by the Rochester Post Bulletin, originally known as "Llama Bells."




Rochester Sesquicentennial Catalog
Cj Fosdick chaired an Author's Bookfair and compiled and published a catalog of over 100 Minnesota writers for Rochester's Sesquicentennial. The catalog contains author photos,  bios, contacts, and listings of their works.
  

                                          
 

  Rochester Women Magazine
  On the Lighter Side...Cj contributed two humor articles to this  upscale local magazine, 
  about a Veggie Tale run amok and why what happens in Vegas shouldn't always stay. 

 Far West Magazine
 "My Father's House," was about a half breed Indian returning in 1874 to visit the St. Louis  
  orphanage where he was   educated.  He learns at last the identity of his famous white father.  
  The  story was a catalyst for my future historical fiction, "THE CALLING STONE," an excerpt before the fact.



Woman's World Magazine
"Family Secrets" was published as one of their popular "Mini
Mystery" entries.



Writer's Digest Magazine
 
Cj's two pager, "Flying Lessons" in this prestigious magazine describes the humbling 
and bumbling experience of attending your first Writers Conference.   




Listen Magazine "Mickey's Place" is a short story about the summer of soon-to-be high school seniors in a small town, and how they react to the sudden alcohol-related death of a friend.
  


Rochester Post Bulletin   
One of several historical articles that Cj was contracted to write for the newspaper's special 150th anniversary of 
the city's founding.   As a PB contributor, she has also written other features, editorials, and reviews as well 
as specials for their HOME magazine addition.