Crow Toes Quarterly: Tales From a Playfully Dark World
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In late 2006, a shadowy character appeared on the literary scene. He called himself the Narrator and his dream was to publish a playfully dark arts and literature magazine for children. He hired a staff villain, a lackey named Ogilvy and a reporter named Poinsettia Park, and soon after he released the very first issue of Crow Toes Quarterly. Over the next four years, sixteen issues of the magazine were published. TALES FROM A PLAYFULLY DARK WORLD is a sometimes hilarious, often terrifying collection of experiences compiled by the Crow Toes Quarterly Narrator during those four years and sixteen issues. It is proof that running an arts and literature magazine for children can be downright dangerous at times.
- Category: Fiction
- Published: Jan 28, 2012
- Publisher: Christopher Millin
- Seller: Smashwords
- Print Length: 518 Pages
- Language: English