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'Acknowledgements; Introduction; THE RIVER by Rebecca Lloyd; BOSTON BROWN BREAD by Liesl Jobson; ALL FOR JUST FIFTY BAHT by Joel Willans; ROCK FALL by Indira Chandrasekhar; SIGNS OF OUR REDEMPTION by Tara Conklin    ; YOU’RE DEAD by Tom Remer Williams; THE DOE by John Bolland; THE WEDDING FAIR by Sarah Hilary; BIG SISTER by Shola Olowu-Asante; MISSY’S SUMMER by Oonah Joslin; WHITE HORSES by Stephen Tyson; MANIC by Juli Klass; PASSPORT by Sarah Leipciger; THERE’S NOTHING I CAN DO by Katie Mayes; SHUTTERED LANDSCAPE by Fehmida Zakeer; SODA LAKES by Liesl Jobson; PLACES TO GO AND PEOPLE TO MEET by Lisa Marie Trump; RAPTOR by Rebecca Lloyd; MOTHER’S NOT HOME by Jennifer Walmsley; ADORATION by Indira Chandrasekhar; RABBIT CAKE by Emmanuella Dekonor; HOLLOWS by Stephen Tyson; FALLOUT by Trilby Kent; THE UNDERCURRENT by Clayton Lister; LOVEFM by Sarah Hilary; BREAKDOWN by Vanessa Gebbie; SOME GAME by Sarah Leipciger; THE WORLD’S END by Andy Charman; MATILDA AND THE MISSING by Caroline Robinson; STEALING THEIR CHURCHES BEHIND THEM by Trilby Kent; HUNTER’S QUARRY by Dee Weaver; CITY PEOPLE by Shola Olowu-Asante; THE FIXER by Joel Willans; SOFÍA THE BEAUTIFUL by Mary Farquharson; Authors’ Biographies'
edited by Rebecca Lloyd & Indira Chandrasekhar
This anthology of thirty-four short stories by twenty-five writers from thirteen countries reflects its title, ‘Pangea’, meaning ‘all lands’ or ‘all earth’. The writers featured include journalists, scientists, a lawyer, a costume designer, a magazine editor, a crofter in the Scottish highlands, a bookseller, and a writer-in-residence at a young offenders’ prison, and their stories are as different and as interesting as their occupations. Their narratives are equally diverse and distinctive; there are quiet voices, brave voices, tender voices, and haunting voices. And yet the perspectives of this collection, its range of tones – be they the raw intensity of a man’s confrontation and failure on a road in Scotland, the dramatic preparations for a big birthday party in Nigeria, or the moment a young man comes face-to-face with his Bollywood idol – have enormous commonality; the conflicts faced and the emotions felt by the characters are recognizable, irrespective of the cultural identities of the authors or the cultural settings of the stories themselves. The writers of these unique short stories are all members of the online writers’ community known as Writewords.
Format
EPUB-ebook
Language
english 
Pages
304
File Size
0.5 MB
retrievable
24 months after purchase
Copy Protection
Adobe DRM
Publisher
Anthem Press
place of publication
GB
Edition
1. Edition ()
Product No.
DG2496868

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