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Kiddar's Luck

by Jack Common

‘He was indeed the nearest anybody ever got to Charlie Chaplin in print…the sentences skid and dance and hop on one leg or take a custard pie right on the chin or duck and weave and leave you gasping behind....


Collected Later Poems 1988-2000

by R. S. Thomas

R.S. Thomas (1913-2000) is one of the major poets of our time, as well as one of the finest religious poets in the English language and Wales's greatest poet. This substantial gathering of his late poems shows...


New & Collected Poems

by George Szirtes

George Szirtes came to Britain as an eight-year-old refugee after the Hungarian uprising in 1956.  Educated in England, he trained as a painter, and has always written in English. This comprehensive retrospective...


People Who Like Meatballs

by Selima Hill

Shortlisted for the 2012 Forward Poetry Prize. People Who Like Meatballs brings together two contrasting poem sequences about rejection by ‘this brilliant lyricist of human darkness’ (Fiona Sampson). The...


The Farewell Glacier

by Nick Drake

The poems in The Farewell Glacier grew out of a journey to the High Arctic. In late 2010 Nick Drake sailed around Svalbad, an archipelago of islands 500 miles north of Norway, with Cape Farewell, the arts climate...


Bronte and Her Telepathic Dog

by Brian Curtin

Bronte is terribly frightened the first time Kosta speaks to her mind-he's a dog, after all. Turns out that's nothing compared to the fear she experiences when she learns there's some kind of secret operation...


Ice Cream Man

by Melody Lane

Janice Freeman is an African-American women's fashion designer in East Village, Manhattan who is in misery at turning forty. Hearing music float across the air in the form of a catchy hook on repeat, she hopes...


Knight Madigan

by Wayne Greenough

My name is Alexander Madigan. I inherited a mansion that's so old it might have been built before the thirteen colonies existed. I live all alone so I talk to myself and the twelve suits of armor standing in...


A Cajun in Colorado

by Charlie Richards

Christopher Chris Peterson loses the bet. Now, he has to spend an evening at a straight bar dressed in drag. But don't worry, his friends will be there to protect him. Too bad they do a lousy job of it. His...


Oni-Devils

by K. B. Forrest

Folklorist Andre Minamoto has returned to Japan to gather data for his doctoral thesis. Most of what he comes across has already been studied. He needs a breakthrough. He needs something new and wonderful. When...


Ripple in Time Eternal

by Mark Alders

Zane and Motac are in a desperate situation as the eternals take over Supernova on Twine and prepare to conquer humanity. Not only that, Tink and Zoltan and Mirko are missing in action. Are they all dead? Or...


Sorcerer Gaumata, King of Kings

by K. B. Forrest

Amid the turbulent times of the Achaemenid Dynasty, the Sorcerer Gaumata has set his sights on the highest jewel-the throne of the King of Kings. He plans to murder King Cambyses with his sorcery. Then Gaumata...


The Open Water Swimmer

by Sabrina Devonshire

When children's mystery writer Dana Thomas has recurring nightmares about a swimmer drowning during an open water race, she aims to change his fate. Dana's plan to remain objective makes a serious splashdown...


The Ashes of Windsor

by Liz Newman

As Inari Giles anticipates the end of her high school days and a bright future at an Ivy League university, nuclear war strikes the city of New York. Thrust into the world of the fallout, she grasps for the...


Morpheus

by Valerie Herme

When Paul wakes up after leading his elite combat team in a disastrous assault on the Fair Warriors, he finds that the people he was sent to attack are his friends. One of them is his lost love, the prophetess...


Trained to Obey 2

by Bruce McLachlan

Kirsten is now completely compliant to her owner's will and is sent on her first mission - the recovery of Maria, whose blackmailed sexual slavery still holds her captive. After rescuing the hapless girl, the...


Triple Play

by Adriana Kraft

Summer looks full of promise for swingers Jen and Brett Andrews-ever since Sarah Creston's arrival, three-way possibilities for mind-shattering sex seem endless. Secretly, Jen's a little pleased their best friends...


Salome: An Invitation to the Dance

by Marcus Johnson

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Salome: An Invitation to the Dance begins when the Bogweasel family spends a week by the lake, but the weather is not good. To entertain his brood, Mr. Bogweasel, a history teacher, suggests they...


Pee Wee Scouts: Moans and Groans and Dinosaur Bones

by Judy Delton & Alan Tiegreen

THE PEE WEE Scouts are on a field trip to the Science and History Museum! They see dinosaur skeletons and ancient mummies. But it’s what they don’t see that causes a problem. Where is the ancient Egyptian...


Swallow

by Sefi Atta

A new novel from the winner of the Wole Soyinka Prize for African Literature

It is the mid-1980s in Lagos, Nigeria, and the government's War against Indiscipline is in full operation. Amid poverty and tight rules...