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Stress City: A Big Book Of Fiction By 51 Dc Guys

Blurbs: The dean of D.C. s alternative press has compiled a vast compendium of excellence, wildness, and wonder. Perhaps somewhat predictably, I was drawn to the tales of predatory female werewolves and homicidal dogs preaching Lutheran gospel, but pretty much everybody else is here too: the downtown shrimp shack hostesses, the suburban minimum security prison escapees and the closeted death metal...

Paperback: 500 pages
Publisher: Paycock Press (July 25, 2008)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0931181275
ISBN-13: 978-0931181276
Package Dimensions: 8.6 x 5.8 x 1.4 inches
Amazon Rank: 9479468
Format: PDF ePub djvu ebook

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When British Consular staff ignore his pleas for help because of a trade deal, he realizes that the only person who is going to help him, is himself. I would rate it as a 3. A vigorous, heart-pumping plot, and thrills on each page you turn. book Stress City: A Big Book Of Fiction By 51 Dc Guys Pdf. You can tell that De Nevers really loves the subject too, because the book is actually fun and interesting to read, unlike my horrible wordy Kinetics book. The instinct comes first; it lays down laws instead of being subject to them. Great read and I do plan to read more from this author. I didn't read this book, just skimmed it. I've never seen a book quite like this one. Hamish Baillie, Earl of Blackwood is so grateful for Delilah saving him from the trap of Deborah, that he decides that Delilah must save her too. Anyone who wants to boost their business and get lots of referrals will not be wasting their time with this read. Some of these stories are difficult to read because of the writing style, some are quick reads due to the brevity of the tale, and some just don’t make sense in the way they end.
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“Each and every one of the short stories contained within this book is well written and fascinating. The stories are diverse; I never felt like the writing was redundant or formulaic. This is an incredible compilation--I think it will be enjoyed by ...”

deacons. Nixon even wanders through, walking along the beach on his way to reincarnation. There are Vietnamese charades, hippie narcs, monkish visions of Buddhist clarity, and one loser babysitter who brings the kid along to the strip club. Sometimes surreal, often moving, and even more often perfectly hilarious, the work collected here makes D.C. s literary presence a force to be reckoned with. It s as powerful as John Riggins s shoulders, as strong as a shot at Millie and Al s, and as fun as watching the pandas get it on at the National Zoo. Well done guys. Toby Barlow, author of Sharp Teeth Stress City is a core sample of the D.C. male psyche, a tube that comes out striated with the compacted layers of what's on these guys' minds: death, race, sex, death, race, sex, death, traffic, sex.... makes me feel like I never left. Recommended for Washingtonians past and present." Jordan Ellenberg, author of The Grasshopper King "Werewolves, installation artists taking over Arlington, jilted Hare Krishnas out for murderous revenge...this isn't George Bush's Washington. In Stress City, D.C.'s small press conscience Richard Peabody has assembled a monument to the underdogs of the nation's capitol. This anthology is as poignant and truth telling as any 'official' history and way way more fun." Hal Niedzviecki, author of Hello, I m Special and The Program Authors included: R. R. Angell, Scott W. Berg, Sean Brijbasi, Peter Brown, Kenneth Carroll, Theodore Carter, Christopher Colston, Richard Currey, Kevin Downs, David Everett, Mark Farrington, Juan H. Gaddis, William E. Garrison, Frank Gatling, Brian Gilmore, John Guernsey, James Harper, Dave Housley, Bill Jackson, Dennis Jones, Matthew Kirkpatrick, Len Kruger, Robert Lang, Charles R. Larson, Nathan Leslie, Peter Levine, Greg Lipscomb, Eric Lotke, Alex MacLennan, Joe Martin, James Mathews, Richard McCann, Matthew L. Moffett, Richard Morris, Kermit Moyer, Terence M. Mulligan, Andrew Nachison, David Nicholson, Jim Patterson, Jim Reed, Jeff Richards, B. B. Riefner, Lewis K. Schrager, Matthew Summers-Sparks, D. A. Taylor, Ross Taylor, Robichaud S. Thorstensen, Tim Wendel, Jim Williamson, Terence Winch, and James Zug.