Knights' Tales: The Summit Writers’ Project

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AuthorHouse, Jan 11, 2010 - Fiction - 204 pages
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Knights' Tales is a collection of short stories; created by eight different authors, with each writer contributing a work of art, tempered by her own personal experiences. Their tales cover a gamut of themes, each one incisive and poignant, and each one articulating a basic human need. These writers may only be middle school-aged, but their minds and hearts are already delving into the fundamental needs of humanity.

Knights' Tales is the second literary endeavor of The Summit Writers' Project. Like Faded Secrets, it is a celebration of an extraordinary synthesis of creativity and talent.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Escape
5
Rediscovery
19
Switch
41
Platelets Up
85
Hand Of Destruction
103
Skid Mark
133
An Elegant Affair
151
The Long Ride Home
165
Author Biographies
179
Mentor Biographies
189
Back Cover
193
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About the author (2010)

The book's Editor -- Thomas Venner has been a Social Studies teacher at The Summit Country Day Middle School for the past fifteen years.  He is married, has a wife, son, two step-children, and one grand daughter. Venner's favorite books were written by the philosopher Daniel Quinn. His most treasured writing moments are when he observes young authors fashion thought into words, and words into sentences, and sentences into dazzling ideas.

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