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THE 4TH DIGIT
By: Gary Ray Stapp
(: 2 , 1 , 3 )
A mysterious blue box left behind on a park bench piques the curiosity of two women and its contents invoke a verbal game of cat and mouse. When a police officer happens by, declarations of ignorance and innocence are voiced, but one, or both, or perhaps all three are not who they appear to be.
8 X 4= CHINA
By: Jerry Rabushka
(: 5 , 5 )
What if you found yourself in a class where the answers make no sense at all? Where eight times four equals China and “32” is a place to live. How is it that no one else in school thinks this is crazy? Is Linda in the wrong class, or has she just not been paying attention for her entire life? As things progress, more and more words...  read more
881 SEVENTH AVENUE
By: Lauren Tunnell
(: 1 , 1 , 1 , 3 
     )
A man asking for directions in New York finds it impossible to get a straight answer. How can someone not know the oldest joke in town?
ABE LINCOLN AND ELVIS
By: David J. LeMaster
(: 4 , 4 )
Abraham Lincoln and John Wilkes Booth in collusion? Elvis Presley a co-conspirator in a staged assassination? Honest Abe has won the war, and now he's ready to retire to the Bahamas. But the grateful Union soldiers and citizens will never let him go. Will American history ever be the same?
ANCHORWOMAN
By: Paul DiLella
(: 3 , 3 )
Newbie Sally Shell must co-anchor the evening news with veteran Shelly Sommers, but Sally makes the mistake of criticizing Shelly. In retaliation, Shelly challenges Sally to a ratings duel in which the winner will be crowned "Queen of KDST Channel 6 News," and the loser must resign. During the broadcast, as tensions rise, each...  read more
ANNIERELLA AND THE (VERY AWESOME) GOOD QUEEN FAIRY COWMOTHER - TEN MINUTE VERSION
By: Bobbi A. Chukran
(: 6 , 1 , 7 
     : 6-18 )
Annierella is heartbroken when her stepmother tells her that she cannot attend the Cowpoke’s Ball. But along comes help in the form of a fairy cowmother that makes all Annierella’s dreams come true. Or does she? This snappy Texas/western version of the classic tale ain’t your mama’s Cinderella story!
AS BAD AS IT GETS
By: Peter Lancaster Walker
(: 3 , 3 )
Daphne and Lucy are having a really bad day. They hate sharing a desk and sharing Gina, their new personal assistant. They both try showing Gina who is boss, but this may be a very, very bad idea.
AT HOME WITH TESS AND WANDA
By: Joseph Sorrentino
(: 2 , 1 , 3 )
Tess and Wanda are two sisters who have lived together for just a little shy of forever. They never answer the phone or the door and they never go out, fearing they might bump into someone they don’t know. Or, worse, someone they do know and then they might have to do something like talk to them. Nothing much ever happens to them...  read more
 
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