826NYC Review #01
The first volume of the 826NYC Review was published in 2005 and features stories, interviews, poetry and drama from our first year of workshops, field trips, drop-in tutoring and in-schools programs. It includes:
- The first-ever published story about miniature jumping T. Rexes
- A Choose-Your-Own Adventure about a cat named Excellent Phil
- Two appearances by Hillary Duff
- Five headlines about mold
- A full glossary that defines, among many other things, the Truffle Shuffle, the magical properties of seltzer, and the state of New Jersey
- A short story about a mysterious plant with a penchant for suicide
- Four distinct evil laughs
- Ten words in Zombie Goat, a language spoken only by goats who are also zombies
- Three new sitcom pilots, each taking place in high school, one starring dogs
- The 826NYC Interview with Abed Hamdan, author of "Pat the Rat"
"Quite simply, the first in a series" - from the introduction by H. Mildew
Proceeds from the sale of this book benefit 826NYC, a nonprofit organization encouraging the exploration of endless possibilities through the power of writing.