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'''Age of Ideas''' is a [[zine]] full of original short stories by [[Zach Savich]] from Olympia, Washington.
 
'''Age of Ideas''' is a [[zine]] full of original short stories by [[Zach Savich]] from Olympia, Washington.
In issue #1 the author, only 14,  writes with a writing skill seldom found in adult writers. Note his talent in his writing technique, his plots, and the ideas he expresses.
 
Included in the first issue are the story of raining pianos, a fable called "The Breadman" + 19 more. Ex. From "3a.m. Cafe" "Sometimes... her outburst of thought would become more abstract. Like her theory that the world doesn't really rotate, but is actually a giant treadmill. You spend your whole life standing in the same place, always pulling the earth towards you when you walk." 
 
  
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In issue #1 the author, only 14,  writes with a writing skill seldom found in adult writers.
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Included in the first issue are the story of raining pianos, a fable called "The Breadman" and 19 more.
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Excerpt from "3a.m. Cafe": "Sometimes... her outburst of thought would become more abstract. Like her theory that the world doesn't really rotate, but is actually a giant treadmill. You spend your whole life standing in the same place, always pulling the earth towards you when you walk." 
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Revision as of 06:34, 24 January 2007

Age of Ideas is a zine full of original short stories by Zach Savich from Olympia, Washington.

In issue #1 the author, only 14, writes with a writing skill seldom found in adult writers. Included in the first issue are the story of raining pianos, a fable called "The Breadman" and 19 more.

Excerpt from "3a.m. Cafe": "Sometimes... her outburst of thought would become more abstract. Like her theory that the world doesn't really rotate, but is actually a giant treadmill. You spend your whole life standing in the same place, always pulling the earth towards you when you walk."