Envy of Birds: An Anthology of Northwest Teen Writers The Publishing Institute

ISBN: 9781453725573

Published: September 17th 2011

Paperback

166 pages


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Envy of Birds: An Anthology of Northwest Teen Writers  by  The Publishing Institute

Envy of Birds: An Anthology of Northwest Teen Writers by The Publishing Institute
September 17th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 166 pages | ISBN: 9781453725573 | 3.57 Mb

I live as the black widows husband. I envy birds, For fear I never fly. -from A Self Portrait by Sarah Ray, 18 Twenty-six Northwest authors and illustrators, aged 12-20 present this unique anthology of essays, poems and stories: A woman namedMoreI live as the black widows husband. I envy birds, For fear I never fly.

-from A Self Portrait by Sarah Ray, 18 Twenty-six Northwest authors and illustrators, aged 12-20 present this unique anthology of essays, poems and stories: A woman named Margaret makes a bargain with a mythic Grim Hound known as Black Shuck. Neurotic author Ryan James Slugstache finds there is a price on his head-and that his books are predicting the future.

Writing on topics as diverse as gum, sticky notes, sorrow, and dragons, these pieces contain: Striking Imagery: No one watches the blind moon rise With opal rivers in her eyes. -from Eternity Unseen by Sophia Babai, 20 Magic: The orbs were spheres floating above my hands, glowing in the dim light.

They danced wildly, growing as I summoned more power from within me. -from Life After Orphanage by Brenna Smith, 14 Mystery: Sonya followed my gaze. Be careful looking in it, she warned. You might not like what you see. What? I turned to her. A knowing look was in her eyes. Its more than just a mirror. Its a window to your soul. A window to your soul? -from The Mirror by Kayleen Gill, 18 Moral Questions: About five bodies slumped against the walls.

Odin felt his chest thud. What had he done? These boys were almost men, but not quite-teenagers, gathered up by the latest draft probably. -from Reprisals by Alden Chatfield, 14 Humor: Marry me! cried Prince Morg, First and Last Son of the Lord of Darkness and Bringer of the Armies of Dark Darkness. -from The Legendary Adventures of Gorman Bloodkil by George Liekly, 18 The Deeply Personal: The loudest relationship in my life is the one that has spent seventeen years in silence.

-from A Person Called Silence by Sarah Ray, 18 Line drawings, interspersed throughout, complete the collection. An excellent resource for classrooms, homeschoolers, or to encourage other teen writers.



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