Fiction

Twilight Tales Presents:Sort-Of Scary Stories

Date: 
2000
Volume: 
#13
Abstract: 
A collection of spooky and sweet stories for children 6-12, featuring ghosts, witches, princesses and monsters
Language: 
eng
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Autographed
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Grandpa

Catalog Number: 
e.1.5
Date: 
2005
Volume: 
1st ed, Light Reading Series
Abstract: 
"...Paw Paw's got a rabbit and three legs on us and he's been holding the thing for two months. My brother Glen was hot on his weekly phone call to the city. You gotta get out here and take it back, man..."
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English
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Destroy Everything: The Cover Song Project

Catalog Number: 
84.1
Date: 
Fall 2007
Volume: 
No. 1
Abstract: 
“Covers” of popular stories like the Wizard of Oz and the Beverly Hillbillies, reinterpreted from different perspectives or points in time.
Language: 
eng
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101 Reasons Not to Have Children

Catalog Number: 
e.1.1
Date: 
2004
Volume: 
1st ed, Light Reading Series
Abstract: 
“...My oldest friends may remember me asking them for a month or so during my mid-early twenties for reasons they wanted to have children. Those of them who eventually wanted to have them. Hetero and homosexual and whatever else, alike, I asked them. I wanted to hear an answer that sounded unselfish to me, although I was sure none like that would come...”
Language: 
eng
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The Enchanters vs. Sprawlburg Springs

Catalog Number: 
e.1.2
Date: 
2005
Volume: 
1st ed, Light Reading Series
Abstract: 
This is the first chapter, published on its own as part of the Featherproof “Light Reading Series”
Language: 
eng
Notes: 
First chapter, published as part of the Featherproof
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For Weeks Above the Umbrella

Catalog Number: 
z.68
Date: 
2002
Volume: 
1st ed.
Abstract: 
A collection of short stories and itineraries on South-meets-Midwest cultural differences, strained familial and romantic relationships, catching up with old friends, dead rats tied together at the tail, and various things to do with vegetables, including shooting string beans at strangers through a straw, and searching for things like sunglasses, grits, and skunk-apes.
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English
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