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Tag Archives: short stories
Dear Life is a collection of short stories by Alice Munro, © Knopf 2011 Want to know more? Here’s an interview from The New Yorker in which Alice Munro talks about this collection.
Suddenly, a Knock on the Door is a collection of short stories by Etgar Keret and translated by Miriam Shlesinger, Sondra Silverston, and Nathan Englander, © Farrar, Straus & Giroux 2012
This week I read this debut story collection from Riverhead Books. This is Claire Vaye Watkins’ Battleborn: I never would have bought this book if it didn’t already have awesome reviews. Also I love Westerns. Which this is. At first … Continue reading
The Sovereignties of Invention is a collection of short stories by Matthew Battles, © Red Lemonade 2012 *About Red Lemonade *”Introducing Red Lemonade” in Full Stop
Windeye is a collection of short stories by Brian Evenson, © Coffee House Press 2012 And here’s a link to “The Difficulty Comes in Knowing What is Real and What is Not: An Interview with Brian Evenson“
This New & Poisonous Air is a short story collection by Adam McOmber, © BOA Editions 2011. If you like what you hear, McOmber also has a novel called The White Forest forthcoming from Touchstone Press this September.