In this condensed edition of Selected Poems, Robert Lowell’s poems are brought together from all of his books of verse. Chosen and introduced by Katie Peterson on the occasion of Robert Lowell’s one hundredth birthday, Brief Selected Poems offers a perfectly chosen and illuminating representation of one of the great careers in twentieth-century poetry.
Ten Unique Stories by Professional Science Fiction Authors
Heir Apparent – Digital Science Fiction Anthology – Digital Science Fiction Short Stories Series One - Book Four, is an anthology of ten original science fiction short stories from professional writers. We are pleased to present in our fourth anthology an exciting collection of new stories from established authors. Our fourth edition of the Digital Science Fiction anthology series serves up a smorgasbord of terrific stories; however, each story has its own unique version of an heir, and we look forward to hearing from our readers on whether those heirs truly do represent a passing down of some type of human bond or connection.
Heir Apparent includes 10 first-time-published science fiction short stories by:
Robert Lowell Russell – Floaters Brandon Nolta – Persistence of Memory George Walker – To Titan on the Daily Paul Cook – Ghostbook Eric James Stone – A Lincoln in Time Cassandra Rose Clarke – Hooked Ed Greenwood – My Silent Slayer Ronald D. Ferguson – Philosophy Alex Kane – In the Arms of Lachiga Martin L. Shoemaker – Father-Daughter Outing
Thank you for your interest in our book. We invite you to plunge into the ten terrific stories contained within. We hope you enjoy them as much as we have enjoyed presenting them.
Nestled along the banks of Cazenovia Creek, East Aurora is a cultural center of western New York State that has flourished because of the diverse talents of its people. Native Americans lived in East Aurora for thousands of years before the first settlers came to the area in 1804. One of the first pioneers, Martha Richardson Adams, carried her infant child on horseback all the way from Massachusetts. East Aurora grew rapidly after the War of 1812, evolving into an important business center south of Buffalo. By the 1880s, the village had become a horse-racing capital, where thousands came to Cicero Hamlin’s farm to get a glimpse of his legendary horse, Mambrino King. As the century came to a close, hundreds of creative types were drawn to the Roycroft Campus, where Elbert Hubbard had established an arts and crafts colony. Despite modern developments, East Aurora remains a small village at heart, where the owners of the barbershop, bookstore, pharmacy, coffee shop, theater, and old-fashioned 5 & 10 still greet you at the door.
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