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Voices From the Heights By Mark Williams
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Voices from the Heights is an anthology of works from at-risk students at innovative, award-winning North Heights Alternative School in Amarillo, Texas. The stories are often gritty & personal... More > but these young writers are courageous, creative & talented. Read more about this book and school in this article: http://www.amarillo.com/stories/050408/fea_10069474.shtml Bruce Beck, Am Globe News: Many of the writers in "Voices" found a safe haven at North Heights Alternative School and are not shy about telling how they ended up there and their amazement at what they found when they arrived - a caring, nonjudgmental staff that looks beyond the surface to the potential that lies beneath. The children whose writings populate "Voices" are young single mothers, children of single-parent households, liberals, conservatives, idealists, cynics, pro-President Bushies, anti-President Bushies, drug-users, former drug-users, friends of drug-users, the children of drug-users. They are us. < Less
Hysteria 1 By Linda Parkinson-Hardman
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Hysteria 1 is an anthology of the winning stories and poems submitted to the Hysteria 2012 Short Story and Poetry writing competition. Each of these entries reflects a different aspect of the things... More > that are important to women and we share in the up’s and downs of events which span both time and female experience. We get an insight into what it must be like to lose a child, the rection of a spurned lover, an insight into mariage and the rivalries of school friends that have never quite made it out of the playground. The poems are equally insightful, sharing the experiences of lost youth and looks; a sense of history in children’s homes and the call to action that asks us to live life to the full, waving our hands in the air. Hysteria is an annual competition for women only; it opens on the 1st April each year and closes at midnight on the 31st August. You can find out more about the next competition on the Hysterectomy Association website.< Less
Hysteria 1 By Linda Parkinson-Hardman
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Hysteria 1 is an anthology of winning stories and poems from the Hysteria 2012 writing competition. Each reflects different aspects of things important to women, we share in the ups and downs of... More > events which span time and experience. What it's like to lose a child, the reaction of spurned lovers, marriage and the rivalries of school friends. The poems are equally insightful, sharing the experiences of lost youth and looks; a sense of history in a children’s home and the call to action that asks us to live life to the full, waving our hands in the air. Moya Poole, Lois Elaine Heckman, Jane Bean, Eleanor Smith, Penelope Laurence, Hazel Gee, Olga Wojtas, Corrinna Toop, Margaret Clark, Joy Blake, Jayne Thickett, Margaret MacKenzie, Hayley Staniforth-Room, Anne Wilson, Alison Wassell, Jo Laidlaw, Tracy Fells, Abigail Wyatt, Gaynor Jones, Christine Djabarouti Hysteria is an annual competition opening on 1st April and closing on 31st August. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/hysteruk< Less
Hysteria 1 By Linda Parkinson-Hardman
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Hysteria 1 is an anthology of the winning stories and poems submitted to the Hysteria 2012 Short Story and Poetry writing competition. Each of these entries reflects a different aspect of the things... More > that are important to women and we share in the up’s and downs of events which span both time and female experience. We get an insight into what it must be like to lose a child, the rection of a spurned lover, an insight into mariage and the rivalries of school friends that have never quite made it out of the playground. The poems are equally insightful, sharing the experiences of lost youth and looks; a sense of history in children’s homes and the call to action that asks us to live life to the full, waving our hands in the air. Hysteria is an annual competition for women only; it opens on the 1st April each year and closes at midnight on the 31st August. You can find out more about the next competition on the association website at: http://www.hysterectomy-association.org.uk/index.php/hysteria< Less
After Hours By Jason Black et al.
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An anthology of three National Novel Writing Month efforts, each written during November 2005. All proceeds from sales of this anthology will go towards build children's libraries in Vietnam,... More > through the 2006 National Novel Writing Month fundraising effort.< Less
638 Potential Paper Cuts By Daniel Fisher
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This is the eighth annual collection of short works by students of Berkshire Middle School (from the 2007-2008 school year). The stories are new, and so is this group of authors. The focus, though,... More > remains the same as in previous volumes: With genuine effort and attention to the writing process, young authors can fine-tune their original ideas and produce works suitable for a wide audience. Over a twelve-week period, each sixth-grade writer shepherded a germ of an idea through multiple revisions to arrive at a polished piece. The ultimate paths of the stories and the improvement in quality from start to finish sometimes surprised even the authors. 639 Potential Paper Cuts continues the proud tradition of author's craft demonstrated in its predecessors Short Stories by Short People, Who Says Adults Have to Write All the Good Stories?, Got Stories?, Tall Tales Gone Short, Stories For Shorties, Five Drafts Later..., and Your Title Here.< Less
638 Potential Paper Cuts By Daniel Fisher
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This is the eighth annual collection of short works by students of Berkshire Middle School (from the 2007-2008 school year). The stories are new, and so is this group of authors. The focus, though,... More > remains the same as in previous volumes: With genuine effort and attention to the writing process, young authors can fine-tune their original ideas and produce works suitable for a wide audience. Over a twelve-week period, each sixth-grade writer shepherded a germ of an idea through multiple revisions to arrive at a polished piece. The ultimate paths of the stories and the improvement in quality from start to finish sometimes surprised even the authors. 639 Potential Paper Cuts continues the proud tradition of author's craft demonstrated in its predecessors Short Stories by Short People, Who Says Adults Have to Write All the Good Stories?, Got Stories?, Tall Tales Gone Short, Stories For Shorties, Five Drafts Later..., and Your Title Here.< Less
S.L.A.P. By Brandan McClain
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S.L.A.P. is an anthology of writing completed by the students of Mr. McClain's 3rd class of 2011-12 at Beaumont Middle School in Portland, Oregon. It has been entirely written, edited, and published... More > by students. The 28 short stories in S.L.A.P. will blow your mind. This incredible anthology contains scary stuff, stories of life and learning, tales of adventure, and chronicles of beloved pets. Follow these young writers into the modern world of middle school. This book is jam-packed with stories that will make your emotions jump all over the page. Read about a crazy enchilada, a nightmare on Klickitat Street, an insane cat, and zombies roaming through the avenues of Portland. These stories will leave you wanting more. Profits from the sale of this book will benefit The Children’s Cancer Association.< Less
Twisted Stories 2 By Mighty Writers
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Mighty Writers teaches kids in Philadelphia to write with clarity. This anthology contains original science fiction written by 4th-7th graders in the autumn of 2013.
Prima Materia Volume 4: Speeding Through the Night By Brent Robison, Editor
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Twenty-three authors tell their stories in the fourth volume of Prima Materia, the literary journal featuring writings from the Hudson Valley, NY. This is a wide-ranging collection of finely-crafted... More > poetry, fiction, and memoir pieces that employ both mind and heart to illuminate life's often-dark journey. ABOUT TOWN says: "Publisher/editor Brent Robison has carefully created an anthology of Hudson Valley writers whose individual works shine within a book that collectively creates a unified experiment. The experience of moving through these stories, poems, and memoirs is that of irresistible forward motion (as the title suggests) struggling with contemplation of the past--often childhood or its reflection in current children--while being impelled toward an uncertain future."< Less

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