Monday, February 15, 2010

Storyblogging Carnival XLVI

NOTE: Once again, this is a re-post, so the links may be out of date.

This is Storyblogging Carnival XLVI, a collection of storytelling in blog format from around the blogosphere. Rather than wasting time, let's just get to the entries. We've got a total of seven this time.


The Order
by Andrew Ian Dodge of Dodgeblogium
A 100 word brief story rated PG.

A mission.

[One hundred words of creepiness... which is exactly what I said for Andrew's last story. -DSC]

Thag not center Universe!
by Mark Rayner of The Skwib
A 700 word brief story rated PG-13.

In the continuing story of Thag, our hero has another run-in with the Shaman.

Uncle Bobby
by David N. Scott of Pererro
A 931 word brief story rated PG.

A visit from a somewhat over the hill relative.

Bob and the Circus
by Goemagog of this space for sublet
A 1,200 word short story rated PG.

At This Space for Sublet, Bob and the circus, about Bob and a circus. No monkeys, but there is squirrel juggling.

[Goemagog agrees, his short stories are getting longer. -DSC]

Pentecost
by Lyn Perry of Fwd: Thoughts
A 1,638 word short story rated G.

Pentecost is a narrative sermon about the birth of the Church from the perspective of a contemporary participant in this new spiritual movement.

Ink Magic, Chapter 13 (Beginning)
by Dave Gudeman of Doc Rampage
The final 1,910 words of a 20,633 word short story rated PG-13.

This is the climax of the short story I've been writing since last Halloween; it's in thirteen parts as befits the subject matter. In this part, Steven finally runs into the creature that killed his father. Fireworks ensue.

Planet Claire
by Postmodern Sass of Postmodernes Sprachspielen
A 1,994 word short story in two parts rated PG.

Some people do seem to be living in an alternate universe.

If you'd like to take part in a future carnival, please contact me. I am also looking for hosts. Other carnivals can be found here.

The Storyblogging Carnival can be found at The Truth Laid Bear's √úberCarnival.

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