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  • The dark and weird abound -- hey, this is still the South -- but stories here, such as J.D. Chapman's "Amanuensis," come stoked with humor.

    Stumps

  • The dark and weird abound -- hey, this is still the South -- but stories here, such as J.D. Chapman's "Amanuensis," come stoked with humor.

    August 2006

  • Mormons take a couple of direct hits: In "Amanuensis," by Stephen Tuttle, a complacent Utah community is pushed to discomfort by a town model they find in an abandoned basement.

    Tucson Weekly

  • Mormons take a couple of direct hits: In "Amanuensis," by Stephen Tuttle, a complacent Utah community is pushed to discomfort by a town model they find in an abandoned basement.

    Tucson Weekly

  • Amanuensis Sharkchild with the sole purpose of introducing a unique world of horror and fantasy that will follow you to the visions of your sleep.

    Literary Podcasts

  • The return of the Amanuensis feebly lightens my heart.

    Vailima Letters

  • I do not wish to speak lightly of the Amanuensis, who is unavoidably present, but I may at least say for myself that I was as cross as two sticks.

    Vailima Letters

  • The Amanuensis did not strike me the same way; she was probably thinking, but it was really rather a weird business, and I saw what I have never seen before, the witch-fires gathered into little bright blue points almost as bright as a night-light.

    Vailima Letters

  • The Amanuensis has been ill, and after the above trial petered out.

    Vailima Letters

  • Austin came back from school last week, which made a great time for the Amanuensis, you may be sure.

    Vailima Letters

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