Dreams: The Collected Short Stories of H. David Blalock, by
H. David Blalock. This collection brings together the best
short fiction of Blalock, as well as sneak peeks at the first three
books of The Thran Chronicles.
Lost Tribe Of Prague 6, by Cyril Simsa.
Three Pagan tales full of mystery and strange events.
|Sad Food, by Elkart Coetzee.
This is a story about whaling and not so obvious consequences.
by Rick Roydes. Dark and striking short stories full of
troubling, amazing and unlikely things.
Chronicles of a Madman, by Michael
LaRocca. Part horror, part whimsy, part American
existentialism. A short story collection that entertains, and that also
inspires the reader to find his own answers.
And Other Stories, by Eleanor Lerman.
Award-winning poet Eleanor Lerman offers this eclectic collection of
short stories that illustrates how difficult it sometimes is for us to
recognize significant turning points in our lives.
Tangled Web, by Cyril Simsa, Amber Meadow Adams, and James L.
Secor. Unusual short stories from three very different
writers. Vivid, confusing, poetic and breathtaking, these stories
indulge the senses and challenge the mind.
Trouble With Knowing for Sure and Other Stories, by Kathryn
Jennings Hancock. A collection of 19 short
stories that revolve around marriage, family and
by Elisha Porat. Enter the fractured world of
the Jewish people through this collection of 23 short stories
(translated into English). Seen through the eyes of a man who has
first-hand experience of the horror of war, the faint glimmer of life's
dreams, and the ravage of illness, these narratives provide a moving
commentary on beauty and tragedy, fantasy and reality, hope and
despair, togetherness and alienation.
Colors: from Black to White in Shades of Gray, by Rin
Steketee. A collection of short fictional stories, some
humorous, others sad and sometime tragic.
Navy, by Rin Steketee. A collection of delightfully
humorous short stories about life in the U.S. Coast Guard.
Statues: A Collection of Short Stories,
by Rin Steketee. A collection of short fictional
stories put together for your enjoyment: some humorous, some mysterious
and some just ridiculous. How
many such stories could possibly be locked up inside statues that are
dying to tell them to the world, if only they had a soul inside and
were able to talk?
of Being Kafka, by Sam Vaknin. A second volume
of Hebrew short stories.
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