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Documentary Evidence By E. R. Punshon
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Originally published in 1936 under the pseudonym Robertson Halket, 'Documentary Evidence' is E. R. Punshon’s take on the ‘dossier novel’, a crime mystery where the reader is... More > presented with a host of different documents relating to a crime case which must be read through and interpreted in order to solve the mystery. Now, for the first time in eighty years, E. R. Punshon’s dossier novel is returned to print for modern audiences.< Less
A Documentary About Sharks By Gavin Broom
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A collection of short fiction and poetry published during 2009.
A Documentary About Sharks By Gavin Broom
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A collection of short fiction and poetry published during 2009.
Ty Roseynose - A Documentary By Ty Rosenow
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A mock biography of Ty Roseynose. He was in radio, television, bands, movies, and comedy. Based on the real life of the author with a slight twist.
Ty Roseynose - A Documentary By Ty Rosenow
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A mock biography of Ty Roseynose. He was in radio, television, bands, movies, and comedy. Based on the real life of the author with a slight twist.
Cold Fiction By John Samson
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'Cold Fact' by the artist simply known as Rodriguez was one of the world's great lost albums. It is now gaining attention through the documentary 'Searching For Sugarman' which tells the remarkable... More > story of this mysterious singer. ‘Cold Fiction’ is a book of 12 short stories, each inspired by the 12 tracks on Rodriguez’ album. The stories are not a re-telling the songs, but rather they take inspiration from a line or lines in the lyrics, the title of the song, and in one case from a rumour that sprung up in South Africa about Rodriguez’ death. Warning: This book does contain some adult themes and is not suitable for young people.< Less
Cold Fiction By John Samson
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'Cold Fact' by the artist simply known as Rodriguez was one of the world's great lost albums. It is now gaining attention through the Oscar award winning documentary 'Searching For Sugarman' which... More > tells the remarkable story of this mysterious singer. ‘Cold Fiction’ is a book of 12 short stories, each inspired by the 12 tracks on Rodriguez’ album. The stories are not a re-telling the songs, but rather they take inspiration from a line or lines in the lyrics, the title of the song, and in one case from a rumour that sprung up in South Africa about Rodriguez’ death. Warning: This book does contain some adult themes and is not suitable for young people. "sweet, strange, touching, and sometimes weird tales from this emerging writer's extremely fertile brain." Stephen "Sugar" Segerman< Less
Permission to Speak: an anthology of new fiction By Truhlar & Daurio, Editors
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Crossing all genres, this collection of works by twelve authors provides a transliterary snapshot of various trends and practices in North American fictioneering. What is a ‘story’, and... More > how can it be told? These concerns are reflected in pieces both unexpected and traditional. From photo-collage homolinguistic translation to speculative dystopian narrative to historical remembrance, here are works that use haunting and poetic language, humour, irony, gothic elements and documentary style to take the reader on unexpected voyages. Contributors: Melody Sumner Carnahan, Beverley Daurio, Michael Dean, Brian Dedora, Karl Jirgens, Lesley McAllister, Opal Louis Nations, Misha Nogha, Lance Olsen/Andi Olsen/Davis Schneiderman, John Riddell, John Shirley, Richard Truhlar< Less
Permission to Speak: an anthology of new fiction (pdf ebook) By Truhlar & Daurio, Editors
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Crossing all genres, this collection of works by twelve authors provides a transliterary snapshot of various trends and practices in North American fictioneering. What is a ‘story’, and... More > how can it be told? These concerns are reflected in pieces both unexpected and traditional. From photo-collage homolinguistic translation to speculative dystopian narrative to historical remembrance, here are works that use haunting and poetic language, humour, irony, gothic elements and documentary style to take the reader on unexpected voyages. Contributors: Melody Sumner Carnahan, Beverley Daurio, Michael Dean, Brian Dedora, Karl Jirgens, Lesley McAllister, Opal Louis Nations, Misha Nogha, Lance Olsen/Andi Olsen/Davis Schneiderman, John Riddell, John Shirley, Richard Truhlar< Less
Interstellar: A Series of Science Fiction Adventure Stories 8: Nemises By Adrian Holland
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An epic space opera, adventure… This thrilling twelve part series combines aspects of mythology with new technology, as the human race evolves into its true Galactic Human form. After the... More > initial shock of first contact, most people have settled back into their normal everyday lives, with the only tangible evidence of this new ‘alien’ presence being confined to the odd documentary or piece of new technology, which has appeared on the market. However, the appearance of a mystery planet in close proximity to the Earth is about to change all that… Revised edition.< Less

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