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The Letterbox Files By Ryan Reeves
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The Legend of Raven's Ridge By Nancy Shepherd
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Living alone and independent for too many years, Daisy Fields has somehow forgotten how to have fun. So when her mother suggests a new hobby -- letterboxing -- Daisy decides to give it a try. But... More > Daisy's first letterboxing attempt, at her favorite childhood park, provides more excitement than she expected. When spooky incidents related to a local legend begin to drive people away from the park that Daisy holds dear, she vows to fight back. Despite her vow, Daisy's relationship with the newcomer in town keeps her too busy to return to the park for the letterbox. It's her strong-willed independence that tests that relationship and puts her life in danger.< Less
Standing On the Landing By Tom Cobbold
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My beautiful cat Can't have a nap The wind outside Making the windows bang And the letterbox clang Is making her scared Ears pricked up and bared So instead of being downstairs She is standing on the... More > landing.< Less
Standing on the landing By Tom Cobbold
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My beautiful cat Can’t have a nap The wind outside Making the windows bang And the letterbox clang Is making her scared Ears pricked up and bared So instead of being downstairs She is standing... More > on the landing< Less
Cornish Cream By Steve Geoffreys
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Prepare yourself for an erotic roller-coaster of a read from the very first chapter in the novel Cornish Cream by Steve Geoffreys. In the story a lottery winning couple, Jeff and Sarah Stevenson rent... More > a cottage in Cornwall, England for their first anniversary and to act out their own top ten sex fantasies on each other. But, when they arrive back home in London after their debauched week away a nasty surprise drops through their letterbox. The owner of the cottage, Lord Smedley has sent them a rather large bill that will rock their perfect world if they don't pay up. It opens a can of worms and during the drama that ensues, surprises and revelations surface that bring on a final twist.< Less
DIY DEBT SOLUTIONS - COPING WITH DEBT! By Peter Colley
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Being submerged in chronic debt and unable to meet repayments on time is very often described by some victims as being comparable to that of a degenerative disease. People are in such a turmoil with... More > worry, they do not always know which way to turn for help and find it so personally embarrassing to seek help. Most adults feel they can manage their own finances irrespective, and feel very strongly against discussing their financial problems on a face to face basis with a complete stranger. Some people even feel it to be an encroachment of their privacy to have to discuss their financial problems even with their creditor/s! The situation invariably accelerates into something ‘nasty’ because some people just simply ignore letters from their creditor/s and hope that the problem will eventually sort itself out. This simply just does not happen in our less than ideal world and sooner or later letter’s start to arrive through the letterbox.........< Less
Peeler By Maggie Nevill
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One Act (approx 70 minutes)F1,M2. Aisha waits behind twenty bolts and a stuck down letterbox for the killer she knows will inevitably find her. So why, then, when the meter man comes, does she invite... More > him in, pay him to stay and ask him to help chop the onions? This play deals with the growing horror of Honour Based Violence in England. That is, when a family demands the death of a child to atone for the “shame” she, or he, has, supposedly, brought apon them. But Aisha does not feel ashamed, she is determined to be heard before she dies, and her visitor finds himself enmeshed in a nightmare that was more than he envisaged when he walked up Aisha’s garden path…< Less
Peeler By Maggie Nevill
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One Act (approx 70 minutes)F1,M2. Aisha waits behind twenty bolts and a stuck down letterbox for the killer she knows will inevitably find her. So why, then, when the meter man comes, does she invite... More > him in, pay him to stay and ask him to help chop the onions? This play deals with the growing horror of Honour Based Violence in England. That is, when a family demands the death of a child to atone for the “shame” she, or he, has, supposedly, brought apon them. But Aisha does not feel ashamed, she is determined to be heard before she dies, and her visitor finds himself enmeshed in a nightmare that was more than he envisaged when he walked up Aisha’s garden path…< Less
Reader Royal Colour By The Smart Frrridge
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The Smart Frrridge comes with an in-built computer that can be connected to the Internet. It is one of a growing category known as "Internet appliances" that include not only handhelds and... More > smartphones, but also web-enabled versions of typical household appliances. Seeing we have so many things going on in the kitchen we thought, "let's put access to the Internet here". And more importantly, the fridge is really the only thing in the house that is on for 24 hours a day! The Smart Frrridge Reader accompanies the exhibition The Smart Frrridge, Chilly Forecast for Internet Fridge, held at Kunstverein Medienturm in Graz, Austria from 11.12.2010 to 19.02.2011. Curated by Sandro Droschl and Yngve Holen, the exhibition featured the artists Nicolas Ceccaldi, Simon Denny, Yngve Holen, Ilja Karilampi, Morag Keil, AIDS-3D (Keller/Kosmas) and Marlie Mul. Previously published as PDF publication by XYM, the Reader is now available in the printed format of your choice – delivered straight to your letterbox.< Less
Reader A5 Colour By The Smart Frrridge
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The Smart Frrridge comes with an in-built computer that can be connected to the Internet. It is one of a growing category known as "Internet appliances" that include not only handhelds and... More > smartphones, but also web-enabled versions of typical household appliances. Seeing we have so many things going on in the kitchen we thought, "let's put access to the Internet here". And more importantly, the fridge is really the only thing in the house that is on for 24 hours a day! The Smart Frrridge Reader accompanies the exhibition The Smart Frrridge, Chilly Forecast for Internet Fridge, held at Kunstverein Medienturm in Graz, Austria from 11.12.2010 to 19.02.2011. Curated by Sandro Droschl and Yngve Holen, the exhibition featured the artists Nicolas Ceccaldi, Simon Denny, Yngve Holen, Ilja Karilampi, Morag Keil, AIDS-3D (Keller/Kosmas) and Marlie Mul. Previously published as PDF publication by XYM on www.xym.no, the Reader is now available in the printed format of your choice – delivered straight to your letterbox.< Less