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A Hint of Crime By The Bristol Fiction Writers' Group
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The second anthology from the Bristol Fiction Writers’ Group is packed with 24 stories from 12 writers. Each story has an element of crime, some the merest pinch of larceny – others a... More > dump-truck full of misdemeanours. A varied volume of amusing, shocking, and surprising misdeeds.< Less
A Dark Imagined Bristol By The Bristol Fiction Writers' Group
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This is the first anthology from The Bristol Fiction Writers' Group (Second Edition). Nine contributors have put together a collection of 21 stories loosely themed around the darker side of the city... More > of Bristol, England. A mixture of tales: gothic; ancient, modern and fantastical have been created to thrill, amuse and make you shudder.< Less
A Dark Imagined Bristol By The Bristol Fiction Writers' Group
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This is the first anthology from The Bristol Fiction Writers’ Group. Nine contributors have put together a collection of 21 short stories loosely themed around the darker side of the city of... More > Bristol, England. A mixture of gothic tales: ancient, modern and fantastical have been created to thrill, amuse and make you shudder. Authors: D A Allen, Liz Ascott, Helen Blenkinsop, Judy Darley, Tim Kindberg, Nigel Lapworth, Marc Mcilhone, Suzanna Stanbury, Ruth Stanton.< Less
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Wednesday Writer 2 By Todmorden Writers' Group
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The second anthology of new writing from the Todmorden Writers' Group. Another opportunity to appreciate the creative talents of a group who have made a name for themselves in competitions both... More > locally and across the nation. Among the eighteen succulent pieces presented in this feast of writing are stories to thrill, poems to chill and fiction that will bring tears of laughter and sorrow. Perfect for dipping or enjoying as a full meal, this compilation has something to appeal to everyone's taste buds.< Less
Fiction Poetry Memoirs and More By Fort Worth Writers
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Fiction Poetry Memoirs and More is a collection of works by the members of Fort Worth Writers. Twenty-two writers are represented in sixty-four unique pieces including short story, poetry,... More > devotional, memoir, humor, flash fiction and much more. Twenty years have passed since Fort Worth Writers held its meeting on a hot Texas Saturday. Friends have come and gone, but FWW's purpose remains the same; support one another as they grow as writers. Writers share the things and moments that are most precious to them in words and stories. Now, twenty years in the making, FWW shares the thing most precious to them—their writing family.< Less
Best Soviet Science Fiction (Anthology 2) By Group of the Authors
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The Anthology 2 continues the series of the writings of a group of the most popular SF writers in the former USSR. Alexander Belyaev, author of ‘Invisible Light’, became a legend during... More > his lifetime. Among his most popular science-fiction works are The Amphibian, Professor Dowell’s Head, Victor Saparin (1905-), author of The Magic Shoes’. E. Zelikovich, author of ‘A Dangerous Invention’ Ivan Yefremov, author of ‘Shadows of the Past’ and ‘Cor Serpentis (The Heart of the Serpent)’, is the acknowledged dean of Soviet science-fiction writers. Mikhail Vasilyev), author of ‘Flying Flowers’, Anatoly Dnieprov, author of The Maxwell Equations’, is a distinguished Soviet physicist His main preoccupation in his science fiction (and possibly in his research) is with cybernetics. Valentina Zhuravleva, author of ‘The Astronaut’ Vladimir Dudintsev, author of ‘A New Year’s Fairy Tale’, is one of the ‘angry young men’ of the post-Stalin period in Soviet literature.< Less
Best Soviet Science Fiction (Anthology 1) By Group of the 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. There seem to be two basic problems which these writers are exploring: man in society,... More > 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. The collection is followed by an excellent analysis by Ariadne Gromova in a precise and readable manner. Her sociological analysis of SF in East and West is unique arid highly provocative.< Less
Writers' Anarchy By Multiple Authors
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This PDF formatted book, readable via Adobe Reader, is only available at Lulu. It is also available in eBook/ePub at Lulu, iBookstore, Nook and soon at Amazon in either or all formats: ePub and... More > including Print. “Writers’ Anarchy” is a fusion of wildly eclectic, amazing short stories by an international group of creative new talent. Rather than theme-based, these stories are a multi-genre representation of some of today’s hottest writers. “Writers’ Anarchy” gives you stimulating, thought-provoking worlds to explore. Let your imagination take flight along with the unique characters, strange events and shocking endings shared inside these covers! From the riveting opening lines of “The Race of the Birdmen” and darker insights of “The Bell Tower”, to the tingling conclusion of “Here He Comes Again”, “Writers’ Anarchy” is a revolt against the usual boundaries of literary predictability. Read it! You know you want to!< Less