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Short Shorts, Long Shots by Udaya Prakāśa Book Resume:
He has his landscapes on his fingertips. Fiercely Indian, his writings are a protest against an arrogant Western gaze. Prakash s stories are an ingenuous creative effort towards developing an alternate mythography of India that is provincial but not parochial.
Christine's Short-Shorts by Christine Brooks Martin Book Resume:
"Christine's Short-Shorts" is a collection of inspirational short stories and poems. They reflect the love, compassion and faithfulness of an Almighty God who reveals Himself to His sons and daughters in so many facets. You will be encouraged to: Understand the keys to living a victorious life; learn the importance of yielding to the Holy Spirit; and the power of embracing your Kingdom identity and its benefits.
Short Shorts by Richard Yaxley Book Resume:
Short Shorts is a sequel to the popular Shorts. The 17 stories cover a wide range of subjects and themes. Written by Richard Yaxley, the stories are designed to engage secondary students with the short story form. Whether used to study a particular genre or as part of a wider reading program, these stories will both entertain and challenge students to read - and write - short stories. Features An introductory section on how to write a short story A writer's note to introduce each story Activities after each story, grouped under the headingsReading and viewing, Writing and shaping andSpeaking and listening A themes matrix to facilitate teacher planning and choice of stories for study
Short Shorts by Michael Yates Book Resume:
Three one-act plays by Michael Yates. LIFE SENTENCE: Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned - especially when she has a meat cleaver in her hand! A dark comedy about the violent games lovers play. Winner of the Stanley Arnold Trophy at Sheffield One-Act Play Festival. TILL MY EYES BLEED: Loyal Mel hires the theatre to host a wake for his best friend Adrian. But it becomes apparent - to everyone except Mel - that Mel's wife had enjoyed a passionate affair with Adrian. Will Mel guess the truth before the end of the night? SUNDAY AFTERNOON AGAIN: Eight-year-old Lenny has two big worries: His mum and dad are always fighting, and there's a wicked witch living next door! A poignant play about growing up, chosen for Liverpool's Write Now One-Act Play Festival, and described by critic Laurence Raw as "sharply observed... vividly demonstrates how the past exerts a powerful influence over the present."
Short Shorts Volume 2 by Michael Yates Book Resume:
Three one-act plays by Michael Yates. A REAL CUSHY NUMBER: It's the night shift at a major hospital and the porters sip their hot tea and talk about life as they wait for a patient to die. ALL GOOD MEN: Party conference time - and the sudden death of the prime minister triggers a power struggle as young speech-writer Simon goes to war with ambitious minister Darius and sexy, ruthless power-broker Lady Bridgewater. LUVVIES: A failed playwright and a bit-part actress invite a young couple home for heavy drinking and ritual humiliation - but the tables could be turned! "Clever, well-written. The punchy, bitchy dialogue is great fun with an undercurrent of tragedy. It kept me hooked," said the Write Now Liverpool Drama Festival judge.
Little Red Dress and Short Shorts by Davyd Gosselin Book Resume:
A collection of short stories from the annals of the author. The feature story portrays the tussle over "a little rad dress" worn only once with tragicomic results. Included is a maritime ghost story and a couples (not)dealing with the loss of a child.
Weird Short Shorts and Mediocre Poems by a Non-Poet by Ann Burrus Book Resume:
At the age of 76 the author felt a sudden urge to acquaint her grandchildren with some of her stranger writings since some of them are funny and some are weird. Either way it does not take long to read any of them, which should be a relief.
Loud Sparrows by Aili Mu,Julie Chiu,Howard Goldblatt Book Resume:
"If sparrows are but a metaphor, every writer faces the challenge of reality, which is to say, how one catches this sparrow." So writes Bei Dao in his preface to Loud Sparrows, a spirited collection of ninety-one short-shorts, an exciting new form of extreme short-storytelling that has swept the creative consciousness of mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. The artistic and aesthetic freedoms of short-shorts enable writers to capture the tone, texture, and chaos of their rapidly changing societies in infinitely inventive ways. Written by Chinese authors over the past three decades, the stories in this anthology are culled from newspapers, magazines, literary journals, and personal collections, and their subjects range from humanist ideals and traditional virtues to the material benefits of a commercialized society.
Short Shorts and Shorts by Stephen Mark Richards Book Resume:
Short Shorts and Shorts: Volume 1 (illustrated) by Stephen Mark Richards Illustrated by Joyce Richards Some stories in this book are suitable for young children but you should be aware that some stories contain violent scenes and some limited use of swear words. Here are the opening lines of the first two stories. REFLECTIONS: 'All the young people, children and teenagers, all that is except for me, loved that time of year, the third week in September, when Joe Sowerby's Circus came to town.' TRENDY: 'When Shirley Stokes, an attractive young mother, moved into number 4 with her new baby everyone was overjoyed. Everyone that is, except Kay Powell.'
Really Short Shorts by Larry Webb Book Resume:
Really Short Shorts is a compilation of one fifty page novelette and twenty-four short stories ranging from four to seventeen pages. The stories cover a wide variety of topics. Most of them deal with people, dysfunctional and normal, ranging from young to old. All are pure fantasy flowing from my imagination. The key for me is, if you can read the first story about a set of twins and their weird family, and not end up scratching your head with questions, I screwed up. As always, I entertained myself writing the short stories; hopefully you will be by reading them. The subtitle, "Bathroom Edition," comes from two sources. A close friend of mine kept Really Short Shorts: Book 1 in his bathroom for a long time, which I found amusing. Telling this story to one of my writing groups, a lady became very serious. She indicated the hardest thing to do when her mother passed was to dispose of the two short story books she'd had stashed in the bathroom for over forty years.