The amusing -- a shoe, a game, a bet
The annoying – a way home, a cup of tea, a password
Or the life-shattering -- a dog, a child, a mind
The joyous -- a memory, a quiet place, a new love
The unexpected -- a long-lost friend, a new life, a forgotten treasure
Or the life-saving – a lover, a voice, a family
Join these fifty-seven authors from around the globe. Their stories and poems of the lost and the found may fill your eyes with tears, make you shudder in despair, or bring a smile to your lips. This collection, including fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, offers something for every reader. Sure to be a winner on any shelf of books.
Come along on the journey. See what you can find.
Contributing Authors: D. C. Allen, Larry Bastian, Jane Blanchard, Gustavo Bondoni, Kenneth Brown, Fern G. Z. Carr, Kersten Christianson, Cynthia Close, Christine Collier, John Paul Davies, Peter Donndelinger, E. M. Eastick, Thomas Elson, Bryan Grafton, John Grey, Deborah Guzzi, Terri Hansen, Alan Harris, Samson Stormcrow Hayes, Andrew Hogan, Juleigh Howard-Hobson, Tim Jeffreys, Sierra July, Terri Karsten, Ahmed A. Khan, Norman Klein, Gerri Leen, Paul Lewellan, Nathan Alling Long, Richard Luftig, Eliza Master, Jenean McBrearty, Linda Meier, Mark Meier, Leah Mueller, Wendy Nikel, Robert Okaji, K. R. Powers, Rickey Rivers Jr., Rie Sheridan Rose, Rikki Santer, Kelly Schoberg, Holly Schofield, Alex Shvartsman, Antonio Simon, Jr., Bobbi Sinha-Morey, Meg Smith, Patty Somlo, Matthew Spence, D. A. Xiaolin Spires, J. J. Steinfeld, Larry Thacker, James Walley, Desmond Warzel, Tyson West, Christopher Woods, Justin Zipprich
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Stories and poems exploring the theme of lost and found. Includes authors from the all over the United States, Canada, Argentina, Australia, UK, and Ireland.
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books. I'm a do-it yourself kind of person, so when I wrote a book about building a backyard oven, it seemed natural that the next step would be to start a publishing company to produce t. Wagonbridge Publishing was opened in 2010 with the idea of encouraging people to step outside the mundane to try something new. With the same spirit of adventure we promoted in our first book, we wanted to help people explore all sorts of possibilities. As a small company, we hope to produce one or two titles a year, and provide opportunities for authors through short story anthologies and publishing services.