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The Future Of Islam In Russia by Wael El-Manzalawy - [263 words]
Metrolink608: Number One Engineer by Shelley Alongi Christmas, New years, laughter, tears, teasing, the engineer steeler, and liv... [6,046 words]
Metrolink608: Cuddled By The Engineer by Shelley Alongi quiet confidence, energetic moments, teasing, ephiphany, the engineer and... [3,783 words]
She Likes Trains: Station Gold by Shelley Alongi Glen the Metrolink engineer's first vocal utterance has inspired my new series o... [2,734 words]
Metrolink111: The Best Two Minutes by Shelley Alongi I've always said that Glen provided the best two minutes of my day. This wee... [3,088 words]
Metrolink111 Love On The Rails by Shelley Alongi Oh the joy and pain of communicating with a locomotive engineer. MP36 verses FP5... [5,155 words]
Metrolink111: Going Steady by Shelley Alongi Steady as she goes, a dilemma, cherishing the engineer, it doesn't get any better th... [4,897 words]
Heavy. What. by Angel Of Hope A vignette of my family. [170 words]
Annoyingted One by Angel Of Hope A vignette about my name. [170 words]
Splatterpunk: Welcome To It
Metrolink111:She Likes Trains by Shelley Alongi Metrolink Glen, my engineer, how did you ever get it so right? How could somethin... [2,190 words]
Metrolink111: Sweet Engine Purring by Shelley Alongi Locomotives, engineer withdrawals, a stressful day, crying on the engineer's... [3,992 words]
Metrolink111: Alfa Cat Engineer by Shelley Alongi Another week ends at the fullerton station for Shelley and her engineers. Well,... [3,359 words]
Hamkatramck by Angel Of Hope A vignette about Hamtrack, Michigan. [171 words]
Metrolink111: The Disney Engineer by Shelley Alongi This doesn't take place at the Fullerton train station, it takes place at Dis... [2,046 words]
Who Americans Are And What They Do by Angel Of Hope - [869 words]
Timeline Of My Life by Angel Of Hope - [569 words]
Now That I'm Older, I'm Still Not Wiser by James Snyder Now that summer is over and the children are back in school I found mys... [883 words]
Metrolink111: Sweet Nothings by Shelley Alongi This week, at the fullerton train station, Glen, the mysterious Metrolink engineer... [4,452 words]
Metrolink111: Slumming It With The Guys by Shelley Alongi the engineer factor, can she find the train, plans, a supportive metrol... [3,522 words]
Metrolink111: Shaking Hands With The Engineer by Shelley Alongi My Glen full of surprises. [2,541 words]
Metrolink111: My Happy Places by Shelley Alongi An engineer, food, a gentle train journey, and meeting a restaurant owner. It's a... [3,331 words]
Metrolink111: Love Your Best Station Girl by Shelley Alongi Does he remember my name? Does he know where to find locomotive specs... [6,322 words]
A Pretty Girl by Angel Of Hope - [1,592 words]
Metrolink111: Touching The Locomotive by Shelley Alongi This week it's all about Glen and doign something that I've been afraid t... [2,520 words]
Metrolink111: Questions People Ask by Shelley Alongi A stellar day in the nonlogic department at the fullerton train station. [1,645 words]
Metrolink111: Listening To The Engineer by Shelley Alongi After gushing about glen, it's time for the story I haven't told you ye... [1,540 words]
Metrolink111: Finding The Gold Nuggetts by Shelley Alongi An accident memorial, a not for an engineer, and everything in between.... [5,339 words]
Metrolink111: Finding The Engineer by Shelley Alongi Comfort, food, waving, and just plain finding the engineer. [2,750 words]
Metrolink111: All The Engineer You Need by Shelley Alongi A heckler, intrigued engineers, and just how do you pronounce chatswort... [2,122 words]
Those Darndest Packets Of Powder by Angel Of Hope An editorial for class. [872 words]
Real Women Vs. Media's Version Of Women by Dream Rinsed Pretty&Beautiful vs. Hot&Sexy. [156 words]
Metrolink111: The Place Of Escape by Shelley Alongi Waving at and interacting with engineers, teasing, and escaping with trains. [3,034 words]
Metrolink111: Chatsworth Stories by Shelley Alongi Today I make thirty seconds of contact with a locomotive engineer who knew Rob... [3,903 words]
Metrolink111: All My Engineers by Shelley Alongi What a journey I've had over the last year since the chatsworth accident. I keep... [2,519 words]
Metrolink111: A Crush On The Engineer by Shelley Alongi Why don't I just admit that I have a mad crush on someone I never met, an... [2,595 words]
Letters About Islam I by Wael El-Manzalawy - [170 words]
Metrolink111: In Search Of The Engineer by Shelley Alongi Which engineer you ask? By now in my story you have several choices. Pi... [3,492 words]
Metrolink111: Flowers For An Engineer by Shelley Alongi On this trip to Chatsworth I meet rob's conductor, lay flowers for him, g... [3,305 words]
Metrolink111 Education On The Rails by Shelley Alongi Saturday September 12, 2009 finds me passing through Chatsworth on my way t... [3,334 words]
A Strange New Car by Orin G Quilar An essay about an embarrassing moment with someone else's car. [347 words]
Metrolink111: Asking The Freight Engineer by Shelley Alongi Making life happen, conversations, a pleasant August evening at the f... [2,756 words]
In An Airplane Going To San Francisco by Angel Of Hope - [133 words]
The Falseness Of The Evolution Theory by Wael El-Manzalawy - [332 words]
Metrolink111: The Case Of The Dejected Engineer by Shelley Alongi Questions, Chatsworth connections, eyes, and a milestone. [1,950 words]
Metrolink111: No No Magic Days by Shelley Alongi Only someone at a train station would call me a gold digger. Heartache, trouble,... [2,182 words]
On And Off The Wall by Piper Davenport - [1,538 words]
My Silent Friend (Shadows) by Veraelaine Louch We are never truly alone. There is always someone with us. [201 words]
Moving Beyond The Pain by Piper Davenport - [2,014 words]
Metrolink111: Shoes, Songs And Tunnels by Shelley Alongi All I can say is that two trains colliding last September led to all thi... [3,128 words]
Metrolink111: Rob Among The Chips And The Cookies: Almost by Shelley Alongi Someone told me that I would stir up fireworks in Cha... [1,910 words]
Society, The Family And A Thatcher. by Colin Baker When UK conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher asserted in 1987 that... [5,380 words]
What Do We Want? Concrete Fairness! When Do We Want It? Now! by Colin Baker Live Aid and Live 8 failed because they made metap... [4,232 words]
Screwball Scramble by Colin Baker There is a good reason for the phenomenon of frenzied shopping in the Western world. [2,381 words]
Metrolink111: Late Baby Late by Shelley Alongi Late trains, freight engineers, and new connections. [2,786 words]
Metrolink111: Assist At Chatsworth by Shelley Alongi I meet the fans that knew Rob Sanchez and get ideas for the memorial plaque.... [2,561 words]
A Hypothesis On Life by Mike Piotrowski A philosophical approach to a question with an impossible answer. Would like to hear your ... [416 words]
The Islamic Civilization And The Western Civilization by Wael El-Manzalawy - [472 words]
On Turning Sixty by Robert Levin The rewards of turning sixty [544 words]
Metrolink111: Here Comes Your Freight by Shelley Alongi Of horns, freights and memorial plaques. [2,178 words]
Metrolink111: Finding Rob's Spot by Shelley Alongi A cheeseburger, freight trains, and the quest to find a spot for a memorial pl... [1,590 words]
Metrolink111: Defending The Engineer by Shelley Alongi Two trips to the Fullerton station, a trip to a railroad model shop, the C... [2,416 words]
Metrolink111: Railroad Family Ties by Shelley Alongi You would never ever guess what the common factor in my train station journe... [2,056 words]
Metrolink111: Sick For Trains by Shelley Alongi The chatsworth accident, engineers, friends, a dog that's a train fan, quiet mome... [2,995 words]
Easter Everyday by Bridgett Nesbit A passionate portrait of Mary's love for her son and how the Easter message should be celebrate... [505 words]
Chatsworth Journal: Observations About The Metrolink111 Crash On September 12 2008 by Shelley Alongi I'm obsessed with the Chatsw... [1,785 words]
Metrolink111: Not Quite Throwing The Switch by Shelley Alongi Finally, a real live, sort of railroad switch! [2,017 words]
Metrolink111: Blame The Engineer by Shelley Alongi So people want to drag Rob Sanchez's name through the mud after the Chatsworth... [2,215 words]
What If I Die Today by Raine Lariza It is an essay about how is it like if one person dies today.. Read on :) [507 words]
Metrolink111: Is She A Foamer by Shelley Alongi Six months and it all comes down to one question. Between grief, solace, creativi... [2,665 words]
The Paradise by Wael El-Manzalawy - [183 words]
Sex In Islam by Wael El-Manzalawy - [244 words]
Metrolink111: The Human Place by Shelley Alongi Six months after the Chatsworth train wreck it is the human story that draws me t... [1,174 words]
Pagan Cycles Of Modern Religion by Dr Lemuria - [2,935 words]
Our Secret Reality by Dr Lemuria - [196 words]
Metrolink111: The Planter By The Railroad Tracks by Shelley Alongi Margaret Mitchell had her window seat. I have my planter by th... [2,342 words]
How We Create Reality by Dr Lemuria - [7,362 words]
Dr Lemurias Host by Dr Lemuria - [12,404 words]
Aura's by Dr Lemuria - [301 words]
Amphibian Features by Dr Lemuria - [544 words]
All Religions Need To Read This by Dr Lemuria - [3,363 words]
Aliens by Dr Lemuria - [1,087 words]
Alcyone by Dr Lemuria - [382 words]
Alchemy by Dr Lemuria - [272 words]
Akashic Records by Dr Lemuria - [231 words]
Ahkenaton by Dr Lemuria - [701 words]
After-Life by Dr Lemuria - [241 words]
Affirmation by Dr Lemuria - [352 words]
Adamic Men by Dr Lemuria - [235 words]
Abydos by Dr Lemuria - [253 words]
Abductions by Dr Lemuria - [174 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Splatterpunk: Welcome To It
DESCRIPTION
An essay on the splatterpunk movement of the 1980s
[2,637 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Horror
AUTHOR
Iron Dave
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[September 2010]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
irondv9@gmail.com
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (6)
A Conversation With Clive Barker - Part 1 (Non-Fiction) A phone conversation with Clive Barker conducted in 2008 [1,319 words] [Biography]
Ceo Barbie (Short Stories) A little girl with an eating disorder gets carried away. [2,919 words] [Horror]
Hot & Horrifying: The First Ladies Of Horror (Novels) Another book of interviews with women in the horror film industry. [53,317 words] [Biography]
Interview With Jack Ketchum (Non-Fiction) An interview with Bram Stoker winner Jack Ketchum, author of Off Season and The Girl Next Door. [1,341 words] [Biography]
Moonlit Flowers (Short Stories) A more traditional vampire tale. [5,650 words] [Horror]
Queens Of Scream: The New Blood (Novels) A book of interviews with women in the indie horror film industry. [45,427 words] [Biography]

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STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
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