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Brief Objects of Beauty and Despair

Welcome to Brief Objects of Beauty and Despair, the first sampler from some of the Year Zerø Writers. Year Zerø Writers is a collective of authors who believe literature should be a direct conversation between readers and writers.

Here you will find glimpses of our work. Many of us will be publishing novels from 1 September 2009. Details o
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ebook, 88 pages
Published August 1st 2009 (first published 2009)
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Moxie Mezcal
Jan 25, 2010 rated it it was amazing
Year Zero is a collective of independent writers who pool their resources to cross-promote each others' work, and since they started up they have been literally everywhere on the internet. Which is a great idea, but what really matters is how good - and I mean, really fucking good - their work is.

Each writer had their own unique thematic focus and style, but they all share a tendency toward gritty, hard-edged urban realism. Theirs are stories about artists, junkies, seekers, and other imperfect
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Lenox Parker
Dec 04, 2010 rated it it was amazing
year zero, independent writers 2.0, the short stories that will make you view writing in a new light.
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Friend of mine wrote this, I came upon it by accident in a Google search.
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Larry Harrison started life as a cowman and yak keeper for the Tibetan Buddhist community at Karma Kagyu Samye Ling, in Dumfriesshire. After working his way up to the post of assistant dairyman on a commercial Ayrshire herd, he left Scotland in 1975 to work with disadvantaged children at London's Clapham Junction.

Larry became surprisingly good at persuading children not to stand on the railway tra

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