A Carriage Works by Tyler Johnson

A Carriage Works

byTyler Johnson

Kobo ebook | January 19, 2014

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William Poole had just about had it. But his well-being and family fortune depended almost entirely on his decorum. It was more than a man of his stature should have to bear.

William Poole looked out of the window and sighed. His dun pony stood beside his brother’s blue dappled stallion in the courtyard below. He turned from the window and looked back across the long hall, the rows of dancers turning in place. The long line parted and then came back together again.

God, how he hated these functions.

A Carriage Works is a short story from the collection Tales from the Red Book of Tunes.

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“Rare is the writer who is able to spin a tale so rich in the lore of folk music and dance traditions. Highly recommended reading AND playing.”
- Rodney Miller, National Endowment for the Arts Master Fiddler

“A must read for anyone who has ever been touched by the power of music.”
- Matthew Peters, author of The Brothers’ Keepers and Conversations Among Ruins

“Full of feeling, well-written and entertaining. ”
- Gaye Fifer, folk dance caller

Title:A Carriage WorksFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 19, 2014Publisher:Wild MusetteLanguage:English

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