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The Best Fiction and Nonfiction of 2012 By C.E. Lukather
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The Writing Disorder presents The Best Fiction and Nonfiction work of 2012. This edition includes the best work we published during the year. Great new fiction and nonfiction from some up-and-coming... More > writers, as well as established ones. There's something here for everyone.< Less
Best of Nuvein Fiction By Enrique Diaz
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A tantalizing collection of short stories from the pages of Nuvein Magazine, selected by publisher Enrique Diaz
Best of Nuvein Fiction By Enrique Diaz
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A tantalizing collection of short stories from the pages of Nuvein Magazine, selected by publisher Enrique Diaz
The best 70 short fiction stories By Irving S. Cobb
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The water-hole Maxwell Struthers Burt The wake Donny Byrne Chautonville Will Levington Confort La dernière Mobilisation W. A. Dwiggins The citizen James Francis Dwyer Whose Dog—? Francis... More > Gregg The weaver who clad the summer Harris Merton Lyon I II III IV The end of the path Newbold Noyes In Berlin Mary Boyle O`Reilly The wainting years Katharine Metcalf Roof II III Zelig Benjamin Rosenblatt The survivors A Memorial Day Story Elsie Singmaster The yellow cat Wilbur Daniel Steele A cup of tea Maxwell Struthers Burt Boys will be boys Irving S. Cobb Laughter Charles Caldwell Dobie The emperor of Elam H. G. Dwight I II III IV V VI VII The knight’s move Katharine Fullerton Gerould I II III IV A jury of her peers Susan Glaspell Cook The bunker mouse Frederick Stuart Greene The strange-looking man Fanny Kemble Johnson The interval Vincent O' Sullivan Ching, Ching Chinaman Wilbur Daniel Steele An Awakening Sherwood Anderson And more...< Less
Morpheus Tales: The Best Weird Fiction Volume 4 By Adam Bradley et al.
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For the first time collected together, the best weird fiction from Morpheus Tales, the UK's most controversial weird fiction magazine! Only the very best weird fiction has been hand-picked from the... More > Morpheus Tales archives to create the fourth collected volume of the magazine Christopher Fowler calls "edgy and dark". Featuring fiction by Gary Budgen, Alex Davis, James Everington, R. K. Gemienhardt, Dean M. Drinkel, Michael W. Garza, John S. Barker, Brick Marlin, Kurt Fawver, John F. D. Taff, Charles A. Muir, Martin Slag, Lenora Farrington-Sarrouf, Deborah Walker, Cate Caldwell, Richard Smith, Alex Gonzalez, Erik T. Johnson, Brian Kutco, Heather Smith, John Morgan. Established horror best-sellers rub shoulders with rising stars and newcomers in this diverse collection of short weird fiction.< Less
Morpheus Tales: The Best Weird Fiction Volume 1 By Adam Bradley et al.
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For the first time collected together in one volume, the best weird fiction from Morpheus Tales, the UK's most controversial weird fiction magazine! Only the very best weird fiction has been... More > hand-picked from the Morpheus Tales archives to create this first collected volume of the magazine Christopher Fowler calls "edgy and dark". Featuring fiction by Lyn Cannaday, Robert T. Canipe, Steven Lee Climer, Nickolas Cook, Garon Cockrell, Nick Day, Vic Fortezza, Ken Goldman, Gary Hewitt, Todd Austin Hunt, Michael Laimo, Kevin Lucia, Adrian Ludens, Christian McPhate, Mari Mitchell, Theresa C. Newbill, Aaron A. Polson, Jonathan J. Schlosser, Tommy B. Smith, Alan Spencer, Wayne Summers, Randy Young, Mark Zirbel, Lee Clark Zumpe. Established horror best-sellers rub shoulders with rising stars and newcomers in this diverse collection of short weird fiction.< Less
Morpheus Tales: The Best Weird Fiction Volume 2 By Adam Bradley et al.
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For the first time collected together, the best weird fiction from Morpheus Tales, the UK's most controversial weird fiction magazine! Only the very best weird fiction has been hand-picked from the... More > Morpheus Tales archives to create the second collected volume of the magazine Christopher Fowler calls "edgy and dark". Featuring fiction by K.C. Ball, Skadi medic Beorh, L. R. Bonehill, Tonia Brown, Jesse Click, Tim Eagle, Chris Ewing, Ray Garton, Lee Gimenez, Gail Gray, K.J. Hannah Greenberg, Ian Hunter, Gary Inbinder, Dev Jarrett, Mark Howard Jones, Paul Johnson-Jovanovic, Fred R. Kane, Brian Kutco, Joe R. Lansdale, David Lear, B. Miller, Louise Morgan, Lee Pletzers, Hunter Shea, Fred Venturini, Nathan Wellman, C.E. Zacherl, and A. David Zapata. Established horror best-sellers rub shoulders with rising stars and newcomers in this diverse collection of short weird fiction.< Less
Best Student Creative Non-Fiction By Jillian Towne
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An anthology of outstanding student creative non-fiction writing, organized as a progression from short, simple creative exercises to developed pieces and full memoir. Ideal for classroom use.
Best Student Creative Non-Fiction By Jillian Towne
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An anthology of outstanding student creative non-fiction writing, organized as a progression from short, simple creative exercises to developed pieces and full memoir. Ideal for classroom use.
Best Soviet Science Fiction (Anthology T1) By Group of Authors
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The Anthology 1 is open the series of the writings of a group of the most popular SF writers in the former USSR. The collection is unusual in that it includes the work of no less than two sets of... More > brothers who work in collaboration, There seem to be two basic problems which these writers are exploring: man in society, and man and the passing of time. Time and its interpretation indeed form the basis of stories by the brothers Abramov, Boris Smagin, and Andrei Gorbovskii. Mirer, of whose works two excerpts from a cycle of stories entitled Artificial Jam are included here, is much more concerned with the position of man, weak and irrational, in a machine-ridden world. The brothers Strugatskii are concerned essentially with people in a society which has us under some kind of mysterious threat. They explore the actions of their characters against a background which is fictional yet has tantalizingly pervasive echoes of a kind of reality.< Less

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