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Cerebral Munitions: Short Stories By Abandoned Station
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'Cerebral Munitions' is a collection of short stories written by abandoned station as they travelled across the world. Kind of. It is a certainly a short story collection where the themes range from... More > death, robots, sex, talking ducks, brain surgery, torture tourism, spilt milk, transcendental epiphanies, experimental films, the man behind the curtain, and baseball. As to where it was written, we'll leave that matter up to the cartographers. As to why it was written, the philosophers can feed on that nugget.< Less
The Beach Journal By Abandoned Station
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Through the format of one man’s daily journal entries, The Beach Journal documents one young man's time living in self-exile in a cave on a deserted beach far from civilization. Throughout the... More > story he makes only vague references to some sort of catastrophic disaster that’s befallen the human race, which has forced him to remain here. As days turn to months, the protagonist grows to be more aware and concerned of his surroundings and slowly finds things to occupy his time, whether he seeks them out or they simply force him to take notice. He explores deep into the cave that he resides in, he samples wild plants in the hopes of having a hallucinatory experience, a body washes up on the beach at one point, and over the course of the five hundred days he overcomes injuries, crippling fears, and natural disasters. At the same time, it is possible that he begins to go mad, and with the journal as the reader’s only window into this world, we are not sure how much of what he writes is even true.< Less
Boring Madness By Abandoned Station
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Bobby, Gary, Charlie and Roy are four middling twenty something chums who stumble across the worst of all things on a drunken night in the suburbs. Deciding to keep it a secret, their lives quietly... More > spiral out of control and they find themselves coping in mentally and physically unhealthy ways. What could have been and what never was blur together as guilt and tensions rise and friendships fray.< Less
Ravens Station Steward By Ravens Station Steward
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O wanderer, O man unrepentant, though you go about, seeking for that certainty as if it were a thing unknown, yet you could have known. Even Christ. But you are given to the inhabitation of the... More > times, and that has carried the day for you. But there is another that shall come, even death, and his inhabitation shall take the times away from you. What worth your claim ignorance? For the glory of the Lord, even Christ Jesus, is it not to fill all the earth? But betaken with the times, you reject the glory of God. Yet to that one who is weary, repentance would have reconciled this one wanderer with a road back; in spite of the times. You have been beckoned all your life that you have a purpose. It was but for the glory of the Lord, your Creator. There is a drawing down to that inescapable day; and in that day the answer must be made.< Less
Ravens Station Steward By Ravens Station Steward
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O wanderer, O man unrepentant, though you go about, seeking for that certainty as if it were a thing unknown, yet you could have known. Even Christ. But you are given to the inhabitation of the... More > times, and that has carried the day for you. But there is another that shall come, even death, and his inhabitation shall take the times away from you. What worth your claim ignorance? For the glory of the Lord, even Christ Jesus, is it not to fill all the earth? But betaken with the times, you reject the glory of God. Yet to that one who is weary, repentance would have reconciled this one wanderer with a road back; in spite of the times. You have been beckoned all your life that you have a purpose. It was but for the glory of the Lord, your Creator. There is a drawing down to that inescapable day; and in that day the answer must be made.< Less
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The Station of Oi By RG Gregory
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Three collections of poems based upon art reproductions, photographs and other card designs. After a visit to the Hiroshige Exhibition at the Royal Academy in London during September 1997, I... More > purchased a pack of ten cards, thinking they were all different, with a view to writing a poem on each to celebrate various relatives' and friends' birthdays. When it turned out the cards carried the same illustration - that of The Station of Oi. from the artist's series of sixty-nine woodcuts based on the stations of the Kisokaido Road - I decided to attempt ten meditations around the one theme. The first meditation celebrated my daughter Pat's birthday on October 1st, and the last my son Andrew's birthday on December 8th. Those in between are all written for friends. The final meditation relates to me personally and is a statement about my own confused journey at my sixty-ninth station of life.< Less
Stations of the Supercross By John O'Loughlin
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A book with twelve 'stations' in several sections that is both autobiographical and philosophical, with a keenly metaphysical approach to the thorny subject of 'truth', and an original 'take' on... More > subatomic definitions which logically follows from John O'Loughlin's previous title 'Atoms and Pseudo-Atoms in Subatomic Perspective', further extending his sense of the relationship between attraction and reaction on a gender basis that applies to any given 'pairing' on what he terms the intercardinal axial compass, a term with which the student of this writer's mature philosophy should by now be familiar, especially since it is crucial to his structural comprehensiveness and overall philosophical perspective.< Less
Orphan Station By John Kent
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Those on Orphan Station were hardened officers, working to ensure the safe and efficient transition of passengers traveling from Earth to the new colony in the Eta Cassiopeia star system. They... More > certainly weren’t prepared for the arrival of Selene Sotana. When her father died, the military men of Orphan Station became Selene’s family, the corridors of the station her playground. There, Selene could be princess or cosmonaut, destined for greatness as she found new ways to save the universe from space pirates and aliens. Selene’s life was perfect until the day the captain called on her to save a real ship. Could she be the hero of her dreams? More importantly, could she keep her secrets from the passengers she saved?< Less

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AS WE FORWARD AS WE FORWARD By Drew W.F. Rigby
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