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Friday, December 30, 2016

Going Forward


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Paparazzi Dogs - created by Gillie and Marc at the Ruth Wittenberg Triangle - intersection of Greenwich Avenue, 6th Avenue, and 8th Street.

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Thursday, December 1, 2016

Greed

This is the fourth online installment of the ongoing project called Two Stories Up!


The Anomalous Duo - T. Remington and AleXander Hirka - spinning short tales which travel via postal mail to interested readers.
We'll keep this going on a bi-monthly basis for as long as our hearts demand and feed it, and we can afford paper, envelopes, and postage.
(If you are interested in receiving these works in printed form, send us your SnailMail address at the WRITE US link at the bottom of this post.)

As the next month's Two Stories Up! goes into the mail we will be posting the previous issue's stories on this blog. And  . . . here you are.  
September 2016's Greed

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Saturday, September 3, 2016

Gravity's Raindance

This is the third online installment of the ongoing project called Two Stories Up!


The Anomalous Duo - T. Remington and AleXander Hirka - spinning short tales which travel via postal mail to interested readers.
We'll keep this going on a bi-monthly basis for as long as our hearts demand and feed it, and we can afford paper, envelopes, and postage.
(If you are interested in receiving these works in printed form, send us your SnailMail address in an email HERE.)

As the next month's Two Stories Up! goes into the mail we will be posting the previous month's stories on this blog. And  . . . here you are.  
July 2016's Gravity's Raindance.

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Friday, September 2, 2016

Reviews of Two Stories Up!

"Picture camping in the wilds - untouched nature.  No people.  Blue water meets green trees meets blue and white sky. Steve and I and only the essentials. Water, food and bedding.  Gotta bring a book.  And a purple envelope.
First a swim, second a sunbaking and then story time.  Lying on the ground, soaking up the sky, Steve dives into Chandler and I unfold Two Stories Up!

Steve glances over, curious.  "What's that?"  "A friend's creative project."   "Read it to me."
 So in the quiet of pure nature, Two Stories Up! was read out loud and reverberated.
We were taken on two very different journeys and enjoyed them both.
Nothing better than a creative treat.
Thank you. Keep 'em coming." - Joanne Pattavina
 
"these days i just hate getting my mail . . . your beautiful colored envelop is a beacon of creativity amongst the off white envelopes containing bills and worthless junk. your and X's artwork is spectacular (not just the big stuff, but i especially love the arrows in your last stories about gravity). your stories are engaging and entertaining. thank you so much for these precious gifts. i do appreciate them! it is an amazing project which i hope you will continue." - Gwen Deely

"I look forward to the new stories!" - Martha Hirka
 
"The stories are the perfect length for my commute to midtown. 
 Much enjoyed!" -   Judy Speezak


 
"Always look forward to the entire package from envelope to stories to enclosures." - Margot Shinnamon Bach
 
"Thanks to you and Tammy for your stories.  Your creativity is a breath of fresh air!" - Ruth Riddick
 
" What an awesome project!  I love it... and have enjoyed the ones I've gotten a lot!" - Laurie Farrington
 
"Got a piece from ya'll last week thanx. Hey both sides of the paper really really good." - Steph Pappas


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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Watch It!

Two Stories Up!
(the promotional video)

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Saturday, July 2, 2016

Barking Up Trees (Two Stories Up! # 2)

This is the second online installment of the ongoing project called Two Stories Up!  It has The Anomalous Duo - T. Remington and AleXander Hirka - composing new short (extremely short) stories that are sent via postal mail to interested readers.

(If you are interested in receiving these works in printed form, send us your SnailMail address in an email  HERE.)

As the next month's Two Stories Up! goes into the mail we will be posting the previous month's stories on this blog. And  . . . here you are.

The Duo plans on keeping this going on a bi-monthly basis for as long as they can afford paper, envelopes, and postage.

Read. Share. Comment. Follow. 

Or even . . .


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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Up and at 'em!


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"Get going, get busy, as in Up and at 'em — there's a lot of work to be done.  This colloquial idiom, often uttered as a command, uses at 'em (for “at them”) in the general sense of tackling a project, and not in reference to specific persons."




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Sunday, May 1, 2016

Transition, Bound (Two Stories Up #1)


This is the beginning of an ongoing project called Two Stories Up!  It has the Anomalous Duo - T. Remington and AleXander Hirka - composing new short (extremely short) stories that are then sent via postal mail to interested readers.

(If you are interested in receiving these works in printed form, send us your SnailMail address in an email  HERE.)

As the next month's Two Stories Up goes into the mail we will be posting the previous month's stories on this blog. 
And here you are.

The Duo plans on keeping this going on a bi-monthly basis for as long as they can afford paper, envelopes, and postage.

Read. Share. Comment. Follow. 


Or even . . .



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