"'Adam Ryder called this morning,' Sherri announced, handing me a stack of messages as I headed out the door to a lunch meeting at Shiloh’s. 'He says he’s building the Disneyland of sex, and he wants Randall/Klein to create its Mickey Mouse.' Thus began my undoing."
by Eileen Torgersen-Smith
A Historical Love Story Told in Letters
"It was a remarkable feeling that came over me as I read through all my parent’s letters, written when they were in their mid-twenties. As I read, I could hear their voices. I felt as though I were channeling them. They weren’t just talking to each other; the three of us were communicating."
A Romance Begins
Summer on the Farm
A Single White Orchid
Story and Artwork by Penelope Merrell
A Story in Fowl Language
An adventuresome chick falls into a hole and the barnyard fowl come to the rescue – a story told in images with no human language.
by Alec Clayton
in an era of reluctant change ...
"I've never understood how my twin brother grew to hate me. At least I couldn't get it while we were still alive. We started life as conjoined twins, not physically, but mentally. We lived in each other's heads. And yet, and yet ..."
by Ricker Winsor
Letters from the East
Winsor has lived the life most 'Walter Mittys' only dream of with an original sensibility that makes this much more than a typical 'American abroad narrative.
The Backside of Nowhere
Freedom Trilogy Book One
by Alec Clayton
"'He’s like a bad puppy that’s always piddling on the floor but he’s so damn cute you can’t stay mad at him.
Ya know what I mean?'"
Practicing Zen Without a Licence
by Jack Butler
"Zen don't think and zen don't care,
but zen might dance in it's underwear."
"Practicing Zen Without A License is a treatise of religion and philosophy as written by Kurt Vonnegut and Douglas Adams in the year 2450 AD. Or something like that." – Alec Clayton