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Download or read book STORGY written by Chris Arp and published by STORGY Books. This book was released on 2014-09-30 with total page 325 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The 2014 STORGY Short Story Competition Anthology celebrates the continued resurgence of the short story genre and showcases some of the most talented up-and-coming authors from across the world. This outstanding collection features all fourteen finalists and competitions winners, as judged by critically-acclaimed author David James Poissant. These wonderfully diverse short stories will move, amuse, unsettle, and entertain, combining to create the most eclectic collection available online. Stories by competition winner Rowena Macdonald; runners-up Karina Evans and Juliet Hill; and finalists: H C Child, Curtis Dickerson, Aleksei Drakos, Lucy Durneen, Sarah Evans, Rab Ferguson, Dyane Forde, Thomas Stewart, Scott Palmer, Chris Arp, and Jacqueline Horrix. This edition also contains author forewords, interviews, and exclusive artwork by STORGY illustrator Harlot Von Charlotte.
Download or read book SHALLOW CREEK written by Nick Adams and published by STORGY Books. This book was released on 2019-04-01 with total page 440 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This is the tale of a town on the fringes of fear, of ordinary people and everyday objects transformed by terror and madness, a microcosm of the world where nothing is ever quite what it seems. This is a world where the unreal is real, where the familiar and friendly lure and deceive. On the outskirts of civilisation sits this solitary town. Home to the unhinged. Oblivion to outsiders. Shallow Creek contains twenty-one original horror stories by a chilling cast of contemporary writers, including stories by Sarah Lotz, Richard Thomas, Adrian J Walker, and Aliya Whitely. Told through a series of interconnected narratives, Shallow Creek is an epic anthology that exposes the raw human emotion and heart-pounding thrills at the genre's core. Welcome to Shallow Creek!
Download or read book Juniper written by Ross Jeffery and published by Lulu.com. This book was released on 2020-01-29 with total page 156 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Juniper is the first book in Ross Jeffery's proposed trilogy: a post-apocalyptic horror about an insane American town seemingly at the edge of reality. As Juniper suffers from scorching drought and medieval famine, the townsfolk are forced to rely on the ?new cattle? for food: monstrous interbred cats kept by the oppressed Janet Lehey. But there's a problem: Janet's prized ginger tom, Bucky, has gone missing, flown the coop. As Janet and her deranged ex-con husband Klein intensify their search for the hulking mongrel, Betty Davis, an old woman clinging to survival on the outskirts of Juniper, discovers something large and ginger and lying half-dead by the side of the road. She decides to take it home?
Download or read book Word Parts Dictionary written by Michael J. Sheehan and published by McFarland. This book was released on 2020-12-11 with total page 301 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book, now in its third edition, is still the most uniquely comprehensive resource for finding word parts needed to express a concept. Along with aiding vocabulary expansion, this dictionary provides guidance to those who may be interested in inventing or deciphering words bearing an established and embedded meaning. This work is split into three parts. Part I, the dictionary proper, provides an alphabetical listing of over 5,100 word parts. Each entry includes a brief definition, examples of use and etymology. Part II, the Finder, is a reverse dictionary that allows users to start with a meaning or concept to then find word parts that express the meaning. The only reverse dictionary of its kind,this section is updated with over 4,600 search terms in total. The expanded Part III organizes word parts under 20 convenient categories--like The Body, Fear or Dislike of, Experts and Shapes.
Download or read book Chuck Palahniuk and the Comic Grotesque written by David McCracken and published by McFarland. This book was released on 2020-10-16 with total page 287 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: With the success of Fight Club, his novel-turned-movie, Chuck Palahniuk has become noticed for accurately capturing the exploitation of power in America in the 21st century. With cynicism and skepticism, he satirizes the manipulative aspects of ideologies and beliefs pushing society's understanding of the norm. In this work, Palahniuk's characters are analyzed as people who rebel against the systems in control. Mikhail Bakhtin's theory is applied to explain Palahniuk's application of the comic grotesque; theories from Louis Althusser and Slavoj Žižek help reveal aspects of ideology in Palahniuk's writing.
Download or read book Stained Glass Lives written by Louise Worthington and published by Louise Worthington. This book was released on 2020-06-29 with total page 73 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In Stained Glass Lives, Louise Worthington’s writing fuses poetry and prose, beauty and violence. Sometimes, tender, sometimes harsh, she explores loss, female power and the power of distorted thought, as well as creating stark portraits of family, violence and revenge. The characters are flawed and visceral, from ghosts, daughters, mothers, wives, to taxi drivers, teachers, a frail widow and a mercenary shop assistant.
Download or read book The Creative Qualitative Researcher written by Ronald J. Pelias and published by Routledge. This book was released on 2019-05-02 with total page 222 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Creative Qualitative Researcher is designed to help readers see the range of possibilities of creative scholarship. The phrase "creative qualitative researchers" points toward scholars who call upon their literary skills to evoke the emotional and intellectual complexity of their subjects; who deploy their vulnerable, relational, and reflexive selves to expose and change problematic cultural practices; and who engage their embodied ideological and ethical sensibilities as researchers. Part I introduces chapters on four qualitative methods: autoethnography, performative writing, narrative inquiry and poetic inquiry. Each of these four method chapters presents the method written in the style it features, provides writing prompts for exploring the chapter’s themes, and offers written examples of the method. Part II, divided into four chapters, aims to develop creative qualitative research skills relevant to the methods discussed in Part I. Chapter 5 discusses empathy and ethics; Chapter 6 is a primer on creative writing; Chapter 7 identifies some alternative ideas for using the words of others; and Chapter 8 focuses on collaborative improvisation to compose scholarly work. Each of the chapters in Part II includes a large number of writing exercises, prompts and strategies to assist scholars in becoming better creative researchers. By the end of the book, readers will know what creative research might entail and will have a clear understanding of the methods. Working with the various writing strategies, readers will see the potential of creative research and gain skills for its use.
Download or read book Johnny Lycan the Anubis Disk written by Wayne Turmel and published by Black Rose Writing. This book was released on 2020-11-19 with total page 227 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Johnny Lupul is riding high. He’s got a PI license, a concealed carry permit, his first big payday and a monster of a secret. After rescuing a bookie’s daughter from Russian mobsters, the newbie PI catches the attention of a rich, mysterious client. At first, it’s easy money. After all, magic isn’t real and those “occult” objects have to be fakes. But while chasing an ancient relic, an obsessed enemy from his past emerges. Johnny learns that the world is much stranger—and more dangerous—than he ever suspected. Malignant forces dwell in Egyptian artifacts, Romani superstition is fact, and being a werewolf may be the most normal thing he has to face on this case.
Download or read book Peace Is an Inside Job written by CJ Felton and published by BalboaPress. This book was released on 2014-02-12 with total page 124 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: CJ Felton has been an inspirational teacher and guide for me and all who come in contact with her. I first met CJ at Agape Spiritual Center in Los Angeles in a class CJ facilitated. I felt an instant connection with CJ, which has led to a lifelong friendship. I am inspired by CJ living her truth and shining her light so brightly. She is truly a beneficial presence on this planet. Her wisdom shines through in her words and her actions, especially in this book, Peace Is an Inside Job. She is a blessing to me and to everyone who comes in contact with her. Tom OLeary, award-winning screenwriter and playwright CJ is my life coach and spiritual advisor, and now she has crafted a masterpiece entitled Peace Is an Inside Job. Rarely, have I encountered such a godly woman with such deep faith and resilience, no matter what life happens to offer up. CJ has been instrumental in changing my life, and that is why I want to be [instrumental in supporting] her as she matriculates through this chapter of her life. Greg Johnson, L.O.V.E. Foundation, l-o-v-e-foundation.com
Download or read book The Power of Difference written by Simon Fanshawe and published by Kogan Page Publishers. This book was released on 2021-12-03 with total page 264 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Good intentions are not enough - real diversity is about change. The Power of Difference explains why it's our differences and how we combine them that creates true diversity and generates innovation, fresh thinking and ultimately, success. With clarity and wit, the author brings together his own experiences and the latest research to explain why inclusion is more than just being nice to people, why unconscious bias training isn't the fix we need and why listening to all individual voices, not just assuming that one viewpoint represents a group, is key. Offering insight, analysis and practical solutions, The Power of Difference is a must read for all managers, leaders and HR professionals as well as anyone looking to engage with the topic, who doesn't know where to start. Exploring how to confront bias, question assumptions and avoid generalizations, this book illustrates why diversity should be part of the overall business strategy, not separate from it. It shows how for innovation and diversity to flourish, we must create spaces that are safe for disagreement, not from disagreement. Written in an engaging yet practical style, this book courageously tackles some of the most significant issues at work today.
Download or read book Storgy Flash Fiction 2019 written by Storgy Books, and published by STORGY Books. This book was released on 2019-12-02 with total page 125 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The STORGY FLASH FICTION 2019 Anthology contains the finalists of the 2019 STORGY Flash Fiction Competition and includes the following stories: All The Shuttered Things Blooming by Selma Carvalho American Religion by Luke Kuhns WINNER Apocalypse Vodka by Donna Greenwood Calithea by Tomas Marcantonio Crisis Actor by Rick White Devotion Take Me by Emily Harrison Ghost-Sex by Adam Lock Home Time by Tony McDonald How Your Birthday Unfolded by Alexis Wolfe Ink Stain by Tucker Lieberman Late Night TV by Thomas Conaghan Leave a Little Light on by Mark Nelson Little White Lies by Wiebo Grobler Moving South by Simon Billinton Oceans Apart by Hannah Storm Puddles by Colin James Relative Claws by Eleanor Hickey Rituals in the Dark by Laure Van Rensburg Sink by Dani Smotrich-Barr 3rd PLACE Sponging by Wayne Turmel Superstition by Jude Higgins The Cage of Extinction by Sebastian Collier They Care For Me by Randall Perry To Cloak by Rick White Today The Trees Are Bending by Rick White Tumour by Nicola Ashbrook Undocumented Movements of A Lost Canary by Phil Olsen We Die In The Mangroves by Andrew Boulton We Only Need One by Laure Van Rensburg 2nd PLACE Window Seat by Gareth Durasow
Download or read book Revolutionary Politics and Locke s Two Treatises of Government written by Richard Ashcraft and published by Princeton University Press. This book was released on 1986-08-21 with total page 644 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Based upon a detailed examination of manuscripts, diaries, correspondence, and newspapers, Professor Ashcraft presents a wealth of new historical evidence on the political life of Restoration England. Ashcroft offers a new interpretation of the political thought of John Locke by viewing his ideas in the context of his political activity.
Download or read book The Mad Ravings of a Bona Fide Tree Hugger written by Brent Garzelli and published by Lulu Press, Inc. This book was released on 2016-09-22 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Have you ever wondered how the universe came to be and how a world, created so perfectly, could stray so far from its original objective? Does sin have something to do with not only the way we live but also the world we live in? These and many other questions have intrigued Reverend Brent Garzelli for his more than fifty years of following Christ. Garzelli believes he is on the most important journey of all—the trip to find God, man, and the relationship between the two. He deftly applies the authority of the Bible to find ultimate truth built on the foundation of faith. Won’t you come along as he shows us how to take a fresh, new look at the identity of God and all we see around us?
Download or read book This Dreaming Isle written by Dan Coxon and published by eBook Partnership. This book was released on 2018-11-19 with total page 308 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Something strange is happening on British shores.Britain has a long history of folk tales, ghost stories and other uncanny fictions, and these literary ley lines are still shimmering beneath the surface of this green and pleasant land. Every few generations this strangeness crawls out from the dark places of the British imagination, seeping into our art and culture. We are living through such a time.This Dreaming Isle is an anthology of new horror stories and weird fiction with a distinctly British flavour. It collects together fifteen brand new horrifying or unsettling stories that draw upon the landscape and history of the British Isles for their inspiration. Some explore the realms of myth and legend, others are firmly rooted in the present, engaging with the country's forgotten spaces.Featuring new and exclusive stories from:Ramsey Campbell, multi-award winning author of over 40 novelsAndrew Michael Hurley, author of The Loney and Devil's DayCatriona Ward, author of Rawblood and Little EveRobert Shearman, World Fantasy Award, British Fantasy Award and Shirley Jackson Award winning author of four collections Jenn Ashworth, author of Fell, Cold Light and moreGareth E. Rees, author of Marshland and The Stone TideTim Lebbon, screenwriter and author of over 35 books including Dusk, The Silence and RelicsAlison Littlewood, author of The Crow Garden, The Hidden People and more Aliya Whiteley, author of The Beauty, The Arrival of Missives and The Loosening Skin (forthcoming from Unsung Stories)Stephen Volk, screenwriter and author of Whitstable, Monsters in the Heart and moreKirsty Logan, author of The Gloaming, The Gracekeepers, A Portable Shelter and The Rental Heart James Miller, author of UnAmerican Activities, Lost Boys and Sunshine StateJeannette Ng, author of Under the Pendulum SunRichard V. Hirst, co-author of The Night VisitorsAlison Moore, author of The Lighthouse, Missing and moreGary Budden, author of Hollow ShoresAngela Readman, author of Don't Try This at Home and The Book of Tides
Download or read book Technical Paper written by United States. Bureau of Mines and published by . This book was released on 1938 with total page 1026 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: