This is the ninth annual collection of short works by students of Berkshire Middle School (from the 2008-2009 school year). The stories are new, and so are the authors. The focus, though, remains the same as in previous volumes: With genuine effort and attention to the writing process, young authors can produce works suitable for a wide audience. Over a twelve-week period, each sixth-grade writer turned a basic premise into a fully-formed story. The changes along the way sometimes surprised even the authors themselves. No Autographs, Please! continues the proud tradition of author's craft demonstrated in its predecessors Short Stories by Short People, Who Says Adults Have to Write All the Good Stories?, Got Stories?, Tall Tales Gone Short, Stories For Shorties, Five Drafts Later..., Your Title Here, and 638 Potential Paper Cuts.