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Short Story Collection | Short Story Collection

tobias-wolff's picture
Mar.26.2008
“One of our most exquisite storytellers” (Esquire) gives us his first collection in over a decade: ten potent new stories that, along with twenty-one classics, display his mastery over a quarter century. Tobias Wolff’s first two books, In the Garden of the North American Martyrs and Back in the...
sylvia-petter's picture
Mar.26.2008
Sylvia Petter’s collection flings the reader across the globe in its bold exploration of love, death, passion, relationship, and family. Echoing her own life experience, Sylvia Petter’s award-winning stories explore universal themes through lenses of distance and separation. Back Burning spans...
cliff-burns's picture
Mar.25.2008
My very first collection of stories and one that gained me some valuable attention, raised my profile...especially when people like Canadian literary great Timothy Findley took notice of the book and praised it highly. Sex & Other Acts of the Imagination features likely my most anthologized...
cliff-burns's picture
Mar.22.2008
A collection of short stories with a strong bent for the surreal. Compared to the likes of Jorge Luis Borges and William S. Burroughs, The Reality Machine is composed of fiction for people who don't like to play it safe.
cydney-m-chadwick's picture
Mar.19.2008
-Barry Gifford, author of Wild at Heart and (with David Lynch) Lost Highway "These stories are sexy, religious, and relentlessly intelligent, as impervious to denial as a finger cut that refuses to heal." -Marjorie Perloff, author of Wittgenstein's Ladder and The Dance of the...
amanda-michalopoulou's picture
Mar.18.2008
Five stories, five young narrators who face an important dilemma in their life and resolve it through narration. The story that gave the title to this book was awarded the Best Short Story Prize by the literary magazine «Revmata». A story from this collection (The Way you might break a finger) can...
amanda-michalopoulou's picture
Mar.18.2008
Five stories, five young narrators who face an important dilemma in their life and resolve it through narration. The story that gave the title to this book was awarded the Best Short Story Prize by the literary magazine «Revmata».
amanda-michalopoulou's picture
Mar.16.2008
The thirteen short stories that make up Amanda Michalopoulou’s I’d Likeread like versions of an unwritten novel: each riveting tale resonates with the others, and yet a sense of their connectedness remains tantalizingly out of grasp. I’d Like offers a touching, utterly unique reading experience...
jerry-blair's picture
Mar.05.2008
A man returns to the place of his birth to sew up memories of incest and abandonment.
zinta-aistars's picture
Mar.04.2008
Short story collection and a novella in the Latvian language.