A Collection of Short Stories is a 1993 album by Reload (Mark Pritchard and Tom Middleton). The booklet contains an introduction and six short stories written by Dominic Fripp. All tracks written, arranged and produced by Mark Pritchard. Tracks 8, 9, 11 co-written by Tom Middleton. Additional production and engineering on tracks 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13 by Tom Middleton. Mosh" engineered by ‘Head’ at The Icehouse. Release Label: Infonet.
75 Short Short Stories. Stories to enjoy when you have five minutes to spare, grouped by category to suit your mood: Witty Stories, Introspective Stories, Morality Tales, Other-Worldly Stories, Feel-Good/Love Stories, Dramatic Stories, and Political Farce Stories. Had a rough day? Cheer up with 50 Great Feel-Good Stories and a generous helping of comforting Foodie Stories. The Eyes Have It by Philip K. Dick. A poke at idioms, sci-fi style.
Short Stories About Abuse. Stories with all forms of abuse-physical, sexual, psychological, emotional-will be placed on this page. The Molesters Joyce Carol Oates. A six-year-old girl recounts an experience of abuse at a creek with a stranger. The king loves jokes, especially practical jokes. His court jester, or fool, is a dwarf and a cripple named Hop-Frog. The king treats him badly, but Hop-Frog does his best to get by. A great state party is approaching, so the king turns to his fool for some costume advice.
Otherwise, Short Stories favors amorphous arrangements that feature wisps of melody and little more (a style that has its precedent on Yes' Tormato rather than their own solo work to date). The effect can be, frankly, underwhelming - "Curious Electric" and "Each and Everyday," for example, seem content to settle for the happy accidents of collaboration rather than fusing their individual sounds into a cohesive whole
Reading short stories has many benefits. They are a convenient way to try new genres and authors. They are an effective way to bring back the good habit of daily reading. The world of short stories is full of colors. It’s because there are so many of them, and each one is so unique. In the list below we’ve collected the most interesting short stories published in 2017 as standalone books, collections, or anthologies. Haruki Murakami’s collection of seven tales Men Without Women was first published in 2014. However, in May 2017 an English translation by Philip Gabriel and Ted Goossen was released, letting English-speaking readers get into the lives of men who, in their own ways, find themselves alone.