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The Serpent In the Throat, and Other Pagan Tales (Epub) By Rebecca Buchanan
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There has been an explosion in explicitly Pagan and Pagan-friendly literature. Science fiction and fantasy, and their attendant sub genres, children’s books and teen books, mystery and... More > historical fiction and romance (especially of the paranormal variety), are rich with Deities and mythologies and practitioners of the Old/New Ways. This anthology — the second following A Witch Among Wolves, and Other Pagan Tales — continues the tradition of Pagan authors writing Pagan tales for a Pagan audience. “Black Leopard” is a contemporary magical realism tale centering on Dionysus, while “Crossroads” finds a young girl voicing a heartfelt prayer to Hekate. “Hysthaany” follows a small community of Sekhmet devotees into outer space on a mission of mercy, while “Mr. West” finds Osiris paying a visit to a modern-day mortician. “Seeds” is set in a dystopian future of environmental degradation, while the title story, “The Serpent in the Throat,” is an adventure-horror tale set in ancient Canaan.< Less
Bad Dog Tales Unleashed! By Allen Community Authors
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In an effort to capture these “I can top that” tales and keep the reading and community spirit momentum, the ALLen Reads committee collected true stories in this community anthology of... More > “bad dog” stories. Humans of all ages had the opportunity to share their own stories in written form with the rest of our community. We have stories that date back to Depression times, from as far away as India and from business people and homemakers, a story from a four year old, elementary age children, teens and retired folks. Our goal for this first edition was to include all true memoir type stories that were electronically submitted in an effort to capture stories that families and neighbors tell each other at the mailbox, in the alley way, in line at the post office and in the coffee shop or each other’s homes. It is a hope of this committee that the reading continues long after we put Marley back on the book shelf and that we continue to tell, write, and share stories.< Less
Bad Dog Tales Unleashed! By Allen Community Authors
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In an effort to capture these “I can top that” tales and keep the reading and community spirit momentum, the ALLen Reads committee collected true stories in this community anthology of... More > “bad dog” stories. Humans of all ages had the opportunity to share their own stories in written form with the rest of our community. We have stories that date back to Depression times, from as far away as India and from business people and homemakers, a story from a four year old, elementary age children, teens and retired folks. Our goal for this first edition was to include all true memoir type stories that were electronically submitted in an effort to capture stories that families and neighbors tell each other at the mailbox, in the alley way, in line at the post office and in the coffee shop or each other’s homes. It is a hope of this committee that the reading continues long after we put Marley back on the book shelf and that we continue to tell, write, and share stories.< Less
Scoffers Will Come: short stories By David Porter
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Scoffers Will Come is the second collection of short stories from David Porter, one-time drama student, children’s theatre performer, drama teacher, examiner/assessor, political organiser and... More > Member of Parliament. Accompanying the anthology, Wild Beasts and Plague (2018), here are new stories and re-dreamed tales from the 1960s to the present day and beyond. They play through strange and normal times, absurdity and surrealism, dark humour, tragedy, suffering, thwarted plans and growing old – the lot of human life. They wind through life’s quirks, character idiosyncrasies, from natural settings to the obscure in the style he’s developed over a lifetime of writing, public speaking, performing and presenting. ‘Walk in My Shoes Publications’ is the imprint of a man suffering the deformed feet of the condition, Charcot Marie Tooth disease. The short story compilations and the dark revenge novel Old Men’s Dreams (2015) are available in paperback and Kindle versions.< Less
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The Lemon Tree By Terry White
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This book is one man’s journey through life, from a time long ago, to a now much different future. There are a few sad times but through the pages laughter is never far away. Terry White was... More > born and has lived most of his life in Scarborough, although he spent ten years working and living in Gibraltar. Married with two children and three grandchildren, Terry spent all his working life in the building trade. After a tragic house fire affected Terry he turned to poetry. Over the last twenty five years he has had numerous poems published in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies of poetry, all to critical acclaim. He has recited his poems on radio and many appear in his earlier book, ‘Where the Reflecting River Flows’. Terry now concentrates on creative writing.< Less
ALL AROUND NOISE: Studies in Framing, Synecdoche & Juxtaposition By Scott Bentley & Christina Accomando, ed.
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SCOTT BENTLEY is the editor and publisher of LETTERBOX magazine and the author of two full-length poetry collections, The Occasional Tables (sub press, 2000) and Ground Air (O Books, 1994); two... More > chapbooks, Out of Hand (Parentheses Writing Series, 1989) and EDGE (Birdcage Chapbooks, 1987); and the ebook for children, Our Imaginary Friends (Cariuna, 2011). He has co-translated the work of Brazilian writer Régis Bonvicino for New American Writing (2000) and The Pip Anthology of World Poetry of the 20th Century (2003). His work has appeared in The Body Electric (Ars Omnia Press, 2013) and numerous poetry journals. ALL AROUND NOISE – the aesthetics of quotidian iPhone squares – is the first installment in Bentley's photographic series on framing, juxtaposition and synecdoche. He received an MA from UCSD and an MFA from Mills College. Bentley lives with his family in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he teaches writing at CSU East Bay.< Less
Bernard Shaw: Life & Words By Ann Kannings
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This book is an anthology of 218 quotes from George Bernard Shaw and 72 facts about George Bernard Shaw. Between 1879 and 1883 George Bernard Shaw earned only £6 from his writings. His wife... More > Charlotte resolved to have no children and abstained from sex completely throughout the marriage. At the age of 16, George Bernard Shaw lived through the break-up of his parent’s marriage, as his mother left to live with her singing coach. Shaw stayed with his father. Shaw actually hated the George in his name, and used just Bernard Shaw. George Bernard Shaw was a vegetarian. “Lack of money is the root of all evil.” “Never wrestle with pigs. You both get dirty and the pig likes it.” “There are two tragedies in life. One is to lose your heart's desire. The other is to gain it.” “The English are not a very spiritual people, so they invented cricket to give them some idea of eternity.” “A fashion is nothing but an induced epidemic.” “A gentleman is one who puts more into the world than he takes out.”< Less

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