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55 Word Short Stories and Collage By Jeff Robin
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55 word short stories and collages by High Tech High Students
Idunna #55 By The Troth
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"Hofs and Harrows"—places of worship, in other words—was the theme of IDUNNA #55 (Spring 2003). Features include Fred Loucks-Schultz on Roman-era altars to the Germanic Matronae... More > goddesses; Birgit Knorr on places of worship in the Norse poem Völuspá; Diana Paxson and Jordsvin with articles on places of worship; Lazarus Chernik on "Virtual Hofs"; and Laure Washington's article "It Lies Within". Jane Ruck and Rowan Angell contributed descriptions of their personal sites of worship, and Patricia Lafayllve's "But I Don't Own a House" talks about adapting worship to small spaces. You'll also find book and music reviews, poetry, herblore, recipes, the usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #55 By The Troth
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"Hofs and Harrows"—places of worship, in other words—was the theme of IDUNNA #55 (Spring 2003). Features include Fred Loucks-Schultz on Roman-era altars to the Germanic Matronae... More > goddesses; Birgit Knorr on places of worship in the Norse poem Völuspá; Diana Paxson and Jordsvin with articles on places of worship; Lazarus Chernik on "Virtual Hofs"; and Laure Washington's article "It Lies Within". Jane Ruck and Rowan Angell contributed descriptions of their personal sites of worship, and Patricia Lafayllve's "But I Don't Own a House" talks about adapting worship to small spaces. You'll also find book and music reviews, poetry, herblore, recipes, the usual columns, and more!< Less
55 Carrom By Michael Fitzalan
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McCool’s real name had been Demna and he had been called ‘Finn’ because his hair was fair. Oisin’s hair was fair and that had convinced Mike that they should stick with the... More > name. It was also easy to translate and could be extended to Finian, which sounded similar to the French word fainéant, which means lazy. Finn had a reputation in the Irish guards for being more interested in the parties in Chelsea than in life in the barracks. It was for his charm and fighting skills that he had been given the job with Mike’s team. In legend, Finn had many adventures he had a reputation of fairness and being wise, which is how those in Finn’s troop felt about him. The ‘Fianna’, Finn’s tribe, had possessed magic weapons and this Mike and his team certainly had in abundance.< Less
55 Word Brain Farts: The Good Ol' Days By Gary Canant
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People reminisce about the 50s and 60s as a time when all was right with the world. It wasn’t. There was segregation and the KKK, pollution of the air and water, misuse of religious pulpits,... More > violence, an unwanted war, alcohol and people abuse, etc. On the other hand; it was a simpler time; the U.S. was rebuilding after the War, people had jobs, went to church, joined civic organizations and weren’t extremely rich or poor. Kids played freely all over the neighborhood. The Good Ol’ Days explores both sides so you can be the judge. The 55 word format was inspired by a local newspaper’s 55 word fiction writing contest; the discipline keeps the stories crisp, concise and fun to read.< Less
55 Word Brain Farts: The Central Coast By Gary Canant
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An unorthodox travel guide to the wonders (and wonders?) of the beautiful California Central Coast. The inspiration for 55 word stories comes from a 55 word fiction contest run yearly by a local... More > newspaper that is designed to sharpen writing skills. The 55 word limit is a discipline that keeps the stories crisp, concise and fun to read.< Less
55 Word Brain Farts: The Central Coast PDF By Gary Canant
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An unorthodox travel guide to the wonders (and wonders?) of the beautiful California Central Coast. The inspiration for 55 word stories comes from a 55 word fiction contest run yearly by a local... More > newspaper that is designed to sharpen writing skills. The 55 word limit is a discipline that keeps the stories crisp, concise and fun to read< Less
55 Word Brain Farts: The Good Ol' Days PDF By Gary Canant
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People reminisce about the 50s and 60s as a time when all was right with the world. It wasn’t. There was segregation and the KKK, pollution of the air and water, misuse of religious pulpits,... More > violence, an unwanted war, alcohol and people abuse, etc. On the other hand; it was a simpler time; the U.S. was rebuilding after the War, people had jobs, went to church, joined civic organizations and weren’t extremely rich or poor. Kids played freely all over the neighborhood. The Good Ol’ Days explores both sides so you can be the judge. The 55 word format was inspired by a local newspaper’s 55 word fiction writing contest; the discipline keeps the stories crisp, concise and fun to read.< Less
I SELL MY SOUL 55 By Brandon Chandler
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DARK; WORDS, WORD NUMBERS, AND PHRASES TO BE USED AND INTERPRETED BY THE OWNER!
Aardvarks in the Clouds and Other Flights of Fancy: 55 Humorous Poems By John Howard Reid
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Prizewinning poet, John Howard Reid, feels that humorous poetry is more effective if it is enlivened with clever rhymes and follows some sort of metrical scheme, no matter how loose or amusingly... More > inconsistent that meter may be. In fact, Reid believes that humorous verse should have a cheeky look about it that adds to the fun. The more inventive a humorous poet is, the funnier his or her verses will be. The stanzas themselves should look enticingly amusing. All the poems in this anthology are new and were especially written for this book over a period of three years. Reid just loves to play around with words, but he knows when to restrain himself and just pen a rollicking but straightforward narrative. He has even re-worked a few traditional nursery rhymes and given them new faces. With its delightful mixture of both long and short poems, this book is intended mainly for adults. Children don't readily appreciate satire, but if a child does dip into this anthology, he or she will come to no harm.< Less