The Bimble Book — The complete, epic and unedited chronicle of Aber by Jez.
The Rise And Fall Of Lola Martez — An undergraduate film project by Mark Horne.
Beneath the Valley of The Poseidon Adventure — A play by Pete Williams.
This was taught by Patricia Duncker — always good craic if you get chance to hear her speak. Everyone else's output was generally far more interesting (and less crap) but even if I've still got the photocopies I doubt I could contact people now to get permission to include it. This may not stop me if I get around to it.
Side 1 01: Short Poem — "Life" 02: Sonnet — "Time Does Not Repeat" 03: Prose (subverting cliché) — "Power: Second (Final) Chapter" 04: Lyrics — "Punk '57-'79" 05: Free Verse — "Spooge Blare Forcibly" Side 2 06: Ballad — "Why I Cannot Write Ballads" 07: Short Tale — "They do not know what I know about them." 08: Character Sketch — "Thatcher By Name, Percophile By Nature" 09: Description — "Meditation Upon The Transience Of Being, 11:27pm" 10: Dialogue —"Tessier Noir"
Always on the Outside — Teen fiction I wrote at college for a test and very slightly revised for the site later.
Once Upon A Time — A secondary school assignment on the topic of using words to describe speech.