New Release: TRIPTYCHS – Stories and Poems Inspired by Photographs

Triptychs Front

There are three sides to every story.

Take a mental image,
Divide it three ways,
You’ll read all the angles
in…

Triptychs

Published: March 16, 2015

Amazon / Amazon UK

 

Table of Contents

TRIPTYCH I

Photo by Helle Gade

Stories:

  1. We Came From The Ocean by Jason McIntyre
  2. A Storm Is Coming by J. Michael Radcliffe
  3. The Easygoing Widower by Geoffrey David West

TRIPTYCH II

Photo by Martin David Porter

Stories:

  1. #666 by Julie Elizabeth Powell
  2. All Questions Answered by Jay Finn
  3. A Kiss At Sunset by J. Michael Radcliffe

TRIPTYCH III

Photo by Helle Gade

Stories/Poem:

  1. Last Call by Eden Baylee
  2. Think Green by Ben Ditmars
  3. Pointless Story by Darcia Helle

TRIPTYCH IV

Photo by Martin David Porter

Stories/Poem:

  1. May Twenty-Fourth by Lisette Brodey
  2. Destiny by Helle Gade
  3. Getting Away From It All by Geoffrey David West

TRIPTYCH V

Photo by Helle Gade

Stories:

  1. Cloud Animals by Marc Nash
  2. I Wish… by Lisette Brodey
  3. The Last Dawn by Jay Finn

TRIPTYCH VI

Photo by Martin David Porter

Stories:

  1. Swans by Eden Baylee
  2. Water Fugue In C-Minor by Marc Nash
  3. All Things Being Equal by Jason McIntyre

TRIPTYCH VII

Photo by Helle Gade

Stories:

  1. Glimmer Siluridae by Maria Savva
  2. Beyond The Eyes by Julie Elizabeth Powell
  3. Fairies Wear Boots by Darcia Helle

TRIPTYCH VIII

Photo by Martin David Porter

Story/Poems:

  1. Dry Dock by Ben Ditmars
  2. Lost In You by Maria Savva
  3. Meetings in the Night by Helle Gade

 

This is the third book in the Mind’s Eye Series. Each is a separate and distinct collection of stories and poems inspired by photographs. This collection is a little different than the first two. Rather than each photo inspiring one author and one story, this time we gave the same photo to three  authors for three unique stories or poems. I was fascinated to read the various viewpoints. There are indeed three sides to every story, and three stories for every image.

Take a look at the photograph before each set of three stories. What do you see?

 

Triptychs was released today, March 16th, on Kindle! The print book will be available soon.

 

Thanks for reading. 🙂