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But the Owl Knows: Anthology of Science Fiction Short Stories By Sean Stubblefield
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Science fiction short story anthology, featuring original and obscure material from writers and non-writers-- in words and in pictures, but all with stories to tell (including me). Stories by... More > "amateur" or relatively "unknown" or otherwise unpublished contributors that merit attention.> donations accepted through paypal: exastra@hotmail.com< Less
Tonal Shift By Sean Stubblefield
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These meta-modern compositions are a mixture of short stories about stories and stories within stories. Each narrative transitions, twists or switches from one topic or theme to another; not just... More > from one story to the next, but often during the same story. Masterful execution of an almost-too-clever-for-its-own-good concept, which really makes this book the most delicious kind of food for the mind. Merging fiction with non-fiction, Tonal Shift urges readers to wrap their minds around an entirely new kind of storytelling. Books too seldom take risks anymore, and it's refreshing to write one that at least tries for something different.< Less
Spooky Action At A Distance By Sean Stubblefield
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If you're a fan of horror stories-- who is annoyed that the genre today too often consists of little more than self-cannibalizing array of clichés-- then you need, eagerly, to read this.... More > High-concept, metaphysical confabulation that shoots an arrow into the sky... but where it lands, no one knows. This is an anthology anyone seeking a truly original, unconventional reading experience should partake in. *This book price is only print/mail cost (I get no profit). Pay what you want thru paypal after you read it: exastra@hotmail.com< Less
Media Is The Masses By Sean Stubblefield
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The title is a play on words deriving from the book's inspiration: Marshall McLuhan, the media and communications theorist who originated the phrase "The medium is the message". These... More > articles comment on the subject of interactions between Man and media. A collection of material from a weekly column during 2008, and various media related articles written between 2005 and 2008, posted at The Student Operated Press. > donations accepted through paypal: exastra@hotmail.com< Less
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Customary Destruction Of Poets By Sean Stubblefield
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Collection of original speculative fiction poetry in diverse formats, as well as short stories and a stage play (Figments of Emancipation).
We Took Our Way Out By Sean Stubblefield
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Three poems about movement toward liberation, composed with lyrics of songs from Aly and Aj Michalka... 78Violet. Summary introduction precede each poem.
Days Remaining By Sean Stubblefield
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Ten short speculative fiction stories in poem form; derived from songs on the Billy Joel album “River of Dreams”. Includes a bonus prose story and cover design sketches. > donations... More > accepted through paypal: exastra@hotmail.com< Less
Afterword By Sean Stubblefield
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Book Two of The Philosophy Trilogy. Afterword continues the adventure began in Paradox: Journey Inside Out, with contemplative aphorisms that examine and encourage moving beyond words to acting on... More > our beliefs. The Philosophy Trilogy is an EPIC story of challenging society’s expectation, becoming who we are, and taking nothing for granted. > donations accepted through paypal: exastra@hotmail.com< Less
Paradox: Journey Inside Out By Sean Stubblefield
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Book One. A daring collection of original social commentary and poetry challenging readers to look beyond the conventional assumptions we take for granted. Re-examining the thinking behind our... More > beliefs, Paradox insightfully explores humanity and how we create the future, today. Philosopher poet Sean Stubblefield opens a contemplative door to a journey within ourselves, reconciling the paradoxes of who we are, so we may bring out the best in us. Belief becomes behavior. What we believe about reality defines how we interact with reality. Therefore, we must be responsible for being aware of what we think and why... finding our own unique purpose and identity. What if the real world isn't what you think it is? And yet, is exactly what you "think" it is? >donations accepted through paypal: exastra@hotmail.com The Philosophy Trilogy is an EPIC story of challenging society’s expectation, becoming who we are, and taking nothing for granted.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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