The annual anthology is one of the things that has held the Southern Indiana Writers Group together. It gives the group — an anarchic collection of individuals with very different interests, styles, and goals — a focus. Jeannine Baumgartle, who initiated and installed the tradition, says that was the idea.
Apollo and Athena, fallen god and goddess, respectively, of the arts and the sciences, linger in the shadows.
There is magic in these nine stories, two poems, and single work of creative nonfiction.
XX can mean a lot of things. In this twentieth volume of the Indian Creek Anthology Series, it runs the gamut from double crosses to X marks the spot.
This is the WORST book in the universe
about the WORST school in the universe
in the WORST town in the universe.
Our mascot is a HOT DOG???
PARANORMAL: Anything beyond or contrary to the scope of normal scientific understanding. That’s rather open to interpretation, don’t you think? We think so. In these stories, you’ll meet shapechangers and vampires, things that go bump in the night and things that go whoosh in the sky. Some of these and some of those, some of this and some of that. Read, and then ask yourself, “A pair of normal what?”
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These stories will take you on strange and wonderful journeys to far distant worlds and, most strange and wonderful of all, into the depths of the human heart.
Perhaps you’re tired or sad or sick
Or don’t know what to do.
Uncle Scratch has a special trick,
One that will see you through:
A Something Under the Bed-Time
Story just for you.
What is that elusive thing, that object or subject: What, of all we want, is MOST WANTED?
Eerie tales inspired by Corydon’s town square… and elsewhere.
Brewing up mischief
Fantastical or metaphorical, the Southern Indiana Writers Group looks into the face of the beast… and writes about it.
Each story accompanied by a recipe. Appealing or tasteless? You be the judge.
Real and imaginary, tame and wild, within us and without us, animals have always touched our lives.
Ever have one of those days?