Kinderen zijn ontdekkingsreizigers. Ze fantaseren groots over kleine dingen en zijn in staat het onbevattelijke terug te brengen tot aardse proporties. En dat alles met hetzelfde plezier en dezelfde openheid als waarmee Jaap Robben zijn gedichten schrijft. Zijn speelse poëzie en de aanstekelijke illustraties van Benjamin Leroy zijn een pretpark voor kinderen. In de tekst en de tekeningen van Zullen we een bos beginnen? is van alles te zien en te beleven. De (jeugdige) lezer komt ogen en oren tekort.
Descubre una historia totalmente distinta, ágil, diferente, más que una comedia romántica erótica. Asómate a la turbulenta intimidad de Menopi y Bip Bip, una pareja muy singular que llenará de risas y sorpresas tu verano/invierno, en medio de secretos y desencuentros que ponen en crisis su relación. Déjate sorprender por lo que descubrirás entre estas páginas, algo que podría dar un increíble giro a tu relación de pareja.
The novelist, poet, and essayist W. G. Sebald (1944 2001) was perhaps the most original German writer of the last decade of the 20th century ( Die Ausgewanderten, Austerlitz, Luftkrieg und Literatur ). His writing is marked by a unique hybridity that combines characteristics of travelogue, cultural criticism, crime story, historical essay, and dream diary, among other genres. He employs layers of literary and motion picture allusions that contribute to a sometimes enigmatic, sometimes intimately familiar mood; his dominant mode is melancholy. The contributions of this anthology examine W. G. Sebald as narrator and pensive observer of history. The book includes a previously unpublished interview with Sebald from 1998.
Science Fiction & Fantasy Anthology and Advice to Writers 2016 You are about to meet: YOUR NEXT FAVORITE AUTHOR The 32nd edition of Writers of the Future may be the best new book yet! Brand-new adventure through space, time and possibility. Along the way these new authors will introduce you to fascinating characters such as Nate, a very loyal companion—like most werewolves would be. Keanie has a parasite that lets her morph and so transform into anyone. Liz owns a dinosaur maker, but raw ingredients can be a problem. Anna slaves away in a factory but her magic leaves her unfulfilled.
These authors take creative writing to a whole new level! The answers, the stories, the visions, and the mind-stretching possibilities are all waiting inside. Welcome to the future of Science Fiction and Fantasy. It gets better every year.
These are the award winning short stories of the international contest that have launched the writing careers of some of the best new books! BONUS stories and articles on how to write by New York Times best sellers Tim Powers, Sean Williams, Brandon Sanderson, Sergey Poyarkov & L. Ron Hubbard “The Writers of the Future contest looks for people with the best imaginations who can see through the possibilities of the strangest and best ideas and tell stories that intrigue us and involve us.” —Orson Scott Card Celebrate the 32nd anniversary of the Writers of the Future contest and the 27th anniversary of the Illustrators of the Future contest "A glimpse of tomorrow's stars!" —Publishers Weekly "Without Writers oft he Future, I would not be where I am today." —Patrick Rothfuss "Writers of the Future has my heartiest support and unqualified recommendation." —Terry Brooks "These first-rate stories show incredible variety." —Robert J. Sawyer "Writers of the Future... Long may it continue!" —Nei Gaiman "...a glimpse of the future—the future of Science Fiction—tomorrow's masters." —Kevin.
Anderson "...great stories by the new writers who will be winning Hugo and Nebula Awards" —Tim Powers "...the best-selling SF anthology series of all time." —Locus Mag "Here's skill and storytelling fervor aplenty—these writers have already arrived!" —Robert Silverberg "Fans of sf anthologies would be well advised to seek this one out." —Booklist "Verdict: Speculative fiction fans will welcome this showcase of new talent." —Library Journal, Starred Review “Exciting and engrossing, thought-provoking, and grim... This book is not to be missed." —Publishers Weekly "Supports new and enthusiastic artists pursue their dream..." —Stephen Youll "Writers of the Future played a critical role in the early stages of my career." —Eric Flint "Writers of the Future was an accelerator to my writing development." —Jo Beverley "I genuinely was delighted with every story in anthology." —David Farland "Winning Writers of the Future was a watershed moment in my career." —Steven Savile "Writers of the Future has had a profound impact on my career." —Sean Williams "Writers of the Future played a pivotal role in my writing career." —Nnedi Okofor "WOTF judges encouraged me to write more." —Eric James Stone "I highly recommend it to everyone..." —Ken Scholes "Writers of the Future launched my career..." —David Sakmyster "They really do know how to pick and train talent." —Mike Resnick #WofF32
Illana had worked hard to get to the place she was in life. The trials and tribulations she had faced while transitioning from male to female were behind her. She was moving forward at her job under a new identity without worrying about her past life. However, the daily pills she took never let her forget where she came from. Illana was soon to discover that she wasn't the only person at her job that had a secret.
Its a comic book adaptation of Ralph Bakshis cartoon movie Lord of the Rings (1979). Part 3 of 3, note that this comic books like the Movie only cover 1 of the 3 Tolkien-books.
Crime Fiction in German is the first volume in English to offer a comprehensive overview of German-language crime fiction, from its origins in the early nineteenth century to its vibrant growth in the new millennium. In addition to introducing readers to crime fiction from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and the former East Germany, Katharina Hall expands the notion of a German crime-writing tradition by investigating Nazi crime fiction, Jewish-German crime fiction, Turkish-German crime fiction, and the Afrika-Krimi. Significant trends, including the West German social crime novel, women’s crime writing, regional crime fiction, historical crime fiction, and the Fernsehkrimi television crime drama are also explored, highlighting the genre’s distinctive features in German-language contexts.