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The Misunderstood Townie By Sophie Jayne Roberts
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It is a trully humorous story for people with a personality and likes a good laugh!
The Misunderstood Townie By Sophie Jayne Roberts
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It is a trully humorous story for people with a personality and likes a good laugh!
Townie_Sp11 By Texas State
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The first volume of a study of the city of San Marcos, TX. Produced by student designers in the Communication Design program of Texas State University - San Marcos,
Townie_Sp11 By Texas State
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The first volume of a study of the city of San Marcos, TX. Produced by student designers in the Communication Design program of Texas State University - San Marcos,
Townies - Book One By Ben Thompson
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The first book collection of the webcomic Townies. (Towniescomics.com) Features every strip for the 2002-3 year as well as bonus strips, sketches, commentary, and a forward by Rob Balder of... More > PartiallyClips. (PartiallyClips.com)< Less
Along the Chisholm Trail By Robert Lanphar
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Along the Chisholm Trail is a collection of original short stories. They are set around 1860 as the country was just beginning to feel the great ability to produce wealth and grow and grow. It was... More > just this environment which fostered some interesting characters which I have captured in these writings. There are the trailhands on the Chisholm Trail, the Townies in Wichita, and various tails from American Indian tribes in the area. Each has a story to share and each is worthy of a campfire to tell these adventures. So come into the firelight and drift back in time with me as together we listen to the crackling flames and the whispers of our story.< Less
LIFESCAN By Viv Griffiths
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I call this anthology 'Lifescan ' because the poems included follow my journey through a now quite long and varied life. Of course, you can be too parochial as well as is the case here in Wales... More > where literary grants and publications are dominated by a chronic cronyism that makes me ashamed to be Welsh, and to make things worse: these characters assume the trendy left wing stance! To come down off the soapbox: many of the pieces included here reflect my own experiences, while others are not empirical at all. 'Uncle Tal' though did exist and was my mother's brother who perished with so many others in the 1914 - 18 war. His namesake: the great Welsh poet, Taliesin. He wrote that he 'was the child of the summer stars', thus anticipating scientific theory by fourteen hundred years.< Less
DINER DHARMA By A. D. Thompson
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Monk saw a sign. It was that sign that brought a Buddhist monk off the roads of West Texas to the Ataboy Diner. Not only the sign but the secrets he keeps. The locals soon give him another mystery... More > to solve: the not-so-great train robbery. From chicken round ups to rodeos our bare-backed, backwards-riding Monk is called on time and again to tell a story: He tells about Issa the Mason who Wouldn’t Be King, about the Death of the Phoenix, about Opossum Boy and a Ghost Thief. He tells these stories to a crazy cast of characters including townies like waitress Isabella, the Queen of the Proverb, and to passers-thru like Bubba the wise trucker and the New Agers of the Caravan called the Gift…Come on in and sit a spell! Pull up a booth and settle in. Let Monk tell you a story!< Less
Scribblings of a Swansea Jack By Viv Griffiths
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I have tried to select my poems and stories set in and around Swansea for this little book or featuring Swansea characters. It follows the path of my own life from my boyhood in St Thomas to my youth... More > in the Merchant Navy and then my occupations as a Steel Erector (Iron Fighter) and teacher and lecturer. But there are quite a few digressions from this general theme in the text -you will probably be glad to know! Of course, the poems were written to be said not read and this can make for a difference in the nuance of the piece e.g. I used to read the first poem 'Dylan's Townie' in a Swansea accent for the first two verses and then take on the 'posh' English accent of Dylan Thomas for the third verse with its more ambiguous and flamboyant imagery. I hasten to add that I don't see myself as anywhere near as accomplished and brilliant poet as Dylan. However, my favourite poet of the 20 Century is W.B.Yeats and this can lead to even greater problems!< Less