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Styling the Sari: New Anthology Broadens Sartorial Reach of Indian Garment

Considering that it is a garment worn by a near estimated 100 million women in India alone and many more around South and Central Asia, the sari has gone relatively undocumented.
Realizing there was a knowledge gap and that increasing urbanization was eroding some of the sari’s daily wear in favor of western dress, Malika Kashyap decided to begin The Sari Series. The non-profit project comprises an anthology, documenting how to drape over 80 sari styles through short films, and three videos exploring the garment’s past, present, and future.
The project’s aim is multi-pronged. First, it acts as a record preserving regional variations, which are myriad. What most people picture when they think of a sari is in fact a single style of draping, known as the Nivi. Secondly, the series also asks viewers to ponder the garment’s role going forward, and it’s Kashyap’s hope that it will serve as inspiration for people to continue innovating with the sari.
Kashyap spoke exclusively to WWD about the project, a $ 175,000 undertaking backed by luxury Indian sustainable retailer Good Earth and Kickstarter:
WWD: How was this project conceived?
Malika Kashyap: The idea behind this project is two-fold. First, to develop an accessible cultural documentation of the sari though film and

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Savannah (The “Swinging Short Stories” Anthology)

Savannah (The “Swinging Short Stories” Anthology)


Daniella Cerveny describes the metamorphosis of her marriage as she and her husband embark on their swinging, sexual awakening in a series of stunning truths. Nine naughty confessions straight from Daniella’s big heart. She’s unafraid and is willing to try anything at least once. Accompany Daniella and husband Todd as they swing their way through a string of hot, searing sessions~Savannah in the springtime. It was definitely time for a break from our daily routine. With my birthday rapidly approaching, my sweet husband offered to take me on either a cruise to St. Thomas or a road trip to Savannah, Georgia. I chose Savannah. We have stopped in and poked around Savannah on several occasions, usually just to stretch our legs on a journey to or from someplace else. The last time we visited, we vowed to make it our main destination ‘the next time.’ This was that time. We rented a sporty red muscle car for the trip. Even though this was not going to be a long vacation, we still wanted it to feel like a real vacation. Early Saturday morning we packed up the car and hopped onto the interstate. It’s nearly a straight shot from our house, and we estimated the trip to take around five hours. Todd and I travel well together, always have. There were times of in-depth conversation; what we wanted out of life and how we were going to make those goals happen. Quiet times taking in the changing scenery, and time simply listening to the radio. It seems when you get anywhere near the Deep South; there’s a difficult choice to make in radio stations-country, country or country. With that in mind, we listened to some good ‘ol country music for the majority of our drive. At one point, there was a great song by Toby Keith about two sisters looking to pick up the only cowboy in the bar one night. The lyrics were hysterical. It seems the cowboy being pursued is no longer in top form and tells the sisters, “I’m not as good as I once was, but I’m as good once as I ever was.” That brought o

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On The Warpath: An Anthology Of Australian Military Travel

On The Warpath: An Anthology Of Australian Military Travel


The cultural bridge that war has formed between Australia and the world is discussed in this important anthology. From the Sudan in 1885 to Afghanistan in 2001, these lively essays connect war and travel in the observations of writers such as Banjo Paterson, George Johnston, Nancy Wake, John Pilger, and Peter Weir. A combination of writings from combatants abroad and retrospective travelers to foreign battlefields and war site reveals how the experience of war has broadened, refined, and even distorted Australian views of the world.
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On the Warpath: An Anthology of Australian Military Travel

On the Warpath: An Anthology of Australian Military Travel


The cultural bridge that war has formed between Australia and the world is discussed in this important anthology. From the Sudan in 1885 to Afghanistan in 2001, these lively essays connect war and travel in the observations of writers such as "Banjo" Paterson, George Johnston, Nancy Wake, John Pilger, and Peter Weir. A combination of writings from combatants abroad and retrospective travelers to foreign battlefields and war site reveals how the experience of war has broadened, refined, and even distorted Australian views of the world.
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All I Ever Wanted: The Anthology (2CD)

All I Ever Wanted: The Anthology (2CD)


Disc 1 Us Amazonians Days Free World Children of the Revolution Walking down Madison (Ye Olde Original Mix) My Affair In These Shoes? They Don’t Know Terry (12″ Version) Over You Keep Your Hands Off My Baby Caroline Touch Me Soho Square All I Ever Wanted (Album Version) England 2 Colombia 0 Wrong Again Don’t Come the Cowboy With Me, Sonny Jim! Last Day Of Summer Golden Heart Bad Disc 2 There’s A Guy Who Works Down The Chip Shop Swears He’s Elvis Mother’s Ruin Shutting the Doors (With Jools Holland & The Rhythm & Blues Orchestra) Queen of the High Teas See That Girl I’m Going Out With An Eighty Year Old Millionaire Mambo De La Luna Designer Life Big Boy On A Saturday Night Titanic Days Can’t Stop Killing You Fairytale Of New York (with The Pogues) Hard To Believe You Just Haven’t Earned It Yet, Baby A New England (Live acoustic duet BBC session with Billy Bragg) Halloween You and Me Baby Angel (Single Mix) He’s on the Beach (Live acoustic BBC session) The End Of A Perfect Day Still Life Innocence (Single Remix)

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The Wedding Planner: (Originally appeared in the e-book anthology ROYAL WEDDINGS and in THE CAPTURE OF THE EARL OF GLENCRAE)

Hint Fiction: An Anthology Of Stories In 25 Words Or Fewer

Hint Fiction: An Anthology Of Stories In 25 Words Or Fewer


The stories in this collection run the gamut from playful to tragic, conservative to experimental, but they all have one thing in common: they are no more than 25 words long. Robert Swartwood was inspired by Ernest Hemingway''s possibly apocryphal six-word story—For Sale: baby shoes, never worn—to foster the writing of these incredibly short-short stories. He termed them hint fiction because the few chosen words suggest a larger, more complex chain of events. Spare and evocative, these stories prove that a brilliantly honed narrative can be as startling and powerful as a story of traditional length. The 125 gemlike stories in this collection come from such best-selling and award-winning authors as Joyce Carol Oates, Ha Jin, Peter Straub, and James Frey, as well as emerging writers.
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The Food Lovers’ Anthology

The Food Lovers’ Anthology


‘Show me another pleasure like dinner which comes every day and lasts an hour.’ – Talleyrand ‘He was a bold man that first ate an oyster.’ – Jonathan Swift ‘There is no love sincerer than the love of food’ wrote George Bernard Shaw in 1903. Poets, novelists, chefs and gourmands before and after him would seem to agree. Collected in this anthology is a mouth-watering selection of excerpts on the subject of eating, drinking, cooking and serving food, guaranteed to whet every reader’s appetite. Themed sections group together poetry and prose on grapes and bottles, the ideal cuisine, hangover cures and vivid vignettes of dinner-party behaviour, including Mrs Gaskell eating peas with a knife. There are stories about food fit for kings, a duchess’s ‘rumblings abdominal’, fine dining, eating abroad, cooking at home and gastronomic excesses. A section on food and travel features Edmund Hillary’s meal at the summit of Everest, Ernest Shackleton’s dish of penguin in the Antarctic and Joshua Slocum on the unfortunate effects of cheese and plums while sailing solo around the world. Also on the menu are limericks, short-tempered cooks, recipes, fantasy food, special feasts, iron rations, tips on opening oysters and the uses and abuses of coffee. Featuring writers as diverse as Brillat-Savarin, Edward Lear, John Keats, Collette, Charles Dickens, Maria Edgeworth and Marcel Proust and interspersed with a generous helping of cartoons, this is a perfect gift for foodies, chefs, picnickers and epicurean explorers.

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Animal Girls: A Pet Play Anthology

Animal Girls: A Pet Play Anthology


Three young women are going to be trained as animals. Powerful men will demote and demean each of them, humiliating them until they become obedient little animal girls. They’ll learn to crawl, beg, and play fetch. Most importantly, they’ll learn to serve.Becky is the kind of girl who just can’t stop shopping. Unfortunately for her, she decided to borrow money from some bad people. So when Becky can’t pay, they decide to get their investment back in another way. After winning a free trip, Becky and Tamara head out on vacation. But when they get off the plane, these two girls are drugged and kidnapped.They wake up to a new world. Stripped of their clothing, they’re about to lose their dignity as well. Becky and Tamara find themselves on a very special kind of farm. Here, women are the animals. Collared and leashed or harnessed, they are trotted about and treated like dogs, cows, or horses.Tamara tries to resist their captors. Tamara might start out with a bit and bridle, harnessed as a horse, but if she doesn’t break quickly, she might find herself wearing a cow bell and getting milked.Becky’s new Master decides she would make an excellent puppy dog. He collars her and makes sure she learns her lessons. She starts to play fetch, drinks from a bowl, and does any number of tricks to amuse her owner. It’s easy, especially when her Master rewards her with delicious orgasms every time she does what he wants.Hush, Puppy is the next story. Olivia and Anya have been enemies at work for a long time. But when Olivia decides to steal some of her competitor’s work, Anya’s husband steps in. Peter drugs her and brings her to his house where he is going to make sure she never bothers his wife again.He intends to make Olivia useful by turning her into an obedient puppy. He strips her, restrains her, and hypnotizes her. He relaxes her and trains her, making her bark and scamper about on all fours. After the first night, she wakes up in her apartment. She even goes to work, but Anya is

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The Wedding Anthology

The Wedding Anthology


You are invited to a wedding… • where a mysterious lover fulfills a secret fantasy – and makes his own dream come true… • where a heartbroken woman discovers true love – in the most unlikely of places… • where the bride and groom have second thoughts – but find an HEA beyond their wildest dreams. This anthology includes the three erotic romance novellas in The Wedding Trilogy: The Best Man, Always A Bridesmaid and Forever Bound. It is also available in a print edition.

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Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or Fewer

Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or Fewer


A story collection that proves less is more.The stories in this collection run the gamut from playful to tragic, conservative to experimental, but they all have one thing in common: they are no more than 25 words long. Robert Swartwood was inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s possibly apocryphal six-word story—”For Sale: baby shoes, never worn”—to foster the writing of these incredibly short-short stories. He termed them “hint fiction” because the few chosen words suggest a larger, more complex chain of events. Spare and evocative, these stories prove that a brilliantly honed narrative can be as startling and powerful as a story of traditional length. The 125 gemlike stories in this collection come from such best-selling and award-winning authors as Joyce Carol Oates, Ha Jin, Peter Straub, and James Frey, as well as emerging writers.

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Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or Fewer

Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories in 25 Words or Fewer


The stories in this collection run the gamut from playful to tragic, conservative to experimental, but they all have one thing in common: they are no more than 25 words long. Robert Swartwood was inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s possibly apocryphal six-word story–"For Sale: baby shoes, never worn"–to foster the writing of these incredibly short-short stories. He termed them "hint fiction" because the few chosen words suggest a larger, more complex chain of events. Spare and evocative, these stories prove that a brilliantly honed narrative can be as startling and powerful as a story of traditional length. The 125 gemlike stories in this collection come from such best-selling and award-winning authors as Joyce Carol Oates, Ha Jin, Peter Straub, and James Frey, as well as emerging writers.
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