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2 edition of short stories of Jack Woodford. found in the catalog.

short stories of Jack Woodford.

Josiah Pitts Woolfolk

short stories of Jack Woodford.

by Josiah Pitts Woolfolk

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Published by Woodford Press in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

At head of title: Evangelical cockroach and others.

Other titlesEvangelical cockroach and others.
The Physical Object
Pagination234 p. ;
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14146205M

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Short stories of Jack Woodford by Josiah Pitts Woolfolk Download PDF EPUB FB2

Jack Woodford is nearly forgotten as an author of ribald fiction, but his books on how to be a success as a writer are still regularly found on library shelves.

I've enjoyed several of these and plan to read more. And here are his signature short stories available at 5/5(1). Jack Woodford, born Josiah Pitts Woolfolk, is considered by modern professional authors as the leading literary teacher of all time. His non-fiction, how-to-write books were bibles for a generation of would-be writers.

His short stories and novels were targeted at lower- and middle-class male and female readers. The short stories of Jack Woodford.

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Life. Woodford grew up in Chicago when the dominant form of transportation was horse-drawn carriage. He was raised in well-to-do circumstances by his grandmother Annette (of Welsh stock) whom he called "Nettie". Nettie was a practicing member of Christian Science but was unable to bring Jack into the fold.

Despite his general hatred of organized religion, Woodford joined the. Jack and the beanstalk. Little Red Riding Hood. Monster shopping trip. Much Ado About Nothing. My favourite clothes. My favourite day - Chinese New Year.

My favourite day - Christmas. My favourite day - Diwali. My favourite day - Eid al-Fitr. Nessie - the Loch Ness Monster. One moment around the world.

Our colourful world. Pyramids in Paris. His references may be dated, but his truths remain eternal. Over 50 authors have dedicated their first books to Jack Woodford because they thought he had taught them how to write.“It was the first book on writing I ever read, at the age of fifteen.

He said all the right things and said them clearly. In his heyday, Woodford's how-to-do-it tomes were well regarded by writers, but he was also known as a popular author of novels, short stories, and films.

His preferred topic was sex, but Jack Woodford, the pen name of Josiah Pitts Woolfolk, is known today, to the extent he is known at all, as the author of how-to-write-fiction books.4/5. EVANGELICAL COCKROACH AND OTHERS, THE SHORT STORIES OF JACK WOODFORD Author Jack Woodford Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good + Jacket condition very good Quantity available 1 Edition First edition Binding Hardcover Publisher The Woodford Press Place of Publication New York Date published Book Edition: First Edition.

This book collects three short stories of German life following World War 1 and a novelette, Desire Me, which was originally published under the title Carl and Anna. It was made into the movie "Desire Me" in and starred Greer Garson, Robert Mitchum and Richard Hart, a romance with Garson caught between a new love and an old husband.

Jack Woodford, born Josiah Pitts Woolfolk, is considered by modern professional authors as the leading literary teacher of all time. His non-fiction, how-to-write books were bibles for a generation of would-be short stories and novels were targeted at lower- Author: Jack Woodford.

Josiah Pitts Woolfolk A.K.A. Jack Woodford was born in Chicago in The Evangelical Cockroach contains 39 of his short stories, he states he wrote over He his many other pseudonyms such as Howard Kennedy, Gordon Sayre, and Sappo Henderson Britt.

His fiction was highly controversial, regarded as salacious and he was branded a pornographer.4/5. In his autobiography, he states he sold over 1, short stories to over 60 periodicals.

His book, Evangelical Cockroach provides 39 of his short Woodford was his first of many pseudonyms--Jack because he liked material written by Jack Lait and Woodford since his father had been born in Woodford Edition: Stated First Edition. Lot of 4 Valenti Angelo Titles Rare Books. Dragon’s Harvest by Upton Sinclair.

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The Classic Short Story, Theory of a Genre (Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers, ), by Florence Goyet (multiple formats with commentary at ). The Library of Congress comes in on the side of the book being mostly fiction, specifically short stories.

— Walloon10 September (UTC) This page needs more discussion of his writing. The page launches right into discussion of his books being adapted but there is very little on his writing. Not a very helpful resource on the author. Great deals on Pulp Fiction Books. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items.

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playing dress-up with the other gurls. By Clement Micarelli. Louis Dearborn L'Amour (/ ˈ l uː i l ə ˈ m ʊər /; Ma – J ) was an American novelist and short-story books consisted primarily of Western novels (though he called his work "frontier stories"); however, he also wrote historical fiction (The Walking Drum), science fiction (Haunted Mesa), non-fiction (Frontier), as well as poetry and short-story : Louis Dearborn LaMoore, Ma.

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I apologize for the curse words. Our President said all of this awful stuff so if you don’t want to read it you probably aren’t as big of a Trump fan as you thought. ‘Saint31 pins. Jack Woodford On Writing () Compiled, selected, and edited by Jess E.

Stewart, Woodford Memorial Editions, Seattle WA, second edition ISBN ; The Autobiography of Jack Woodford (, published under Jack Woolfolk) Home Away From Home (, a follow-up to the Autobiography describing the author's incarceration) My Years.Filed under: Short story -- Technique.

How to Study "The Best Short Stories": An Analysis of Edward J. O'Brien's Annual Volumes of the Best Short Stories of the Year, Prepared for the Use of Writers and Other Students of the Short-Story (Boston: Small, Maynard and Co., c), by Blanche Colton Williams (page images at HathiTrust).It was there that she met an American professor named Woodford McClellan.

Irina and Woodford fell in love and married two years later in May Only a short while later, in August, Woodford’s visa expired and he had to leave the Soviet Union and return home. Woodford tried to visit his wife in Moscow but was repeatedly denied entry.