>The New Yorker: "P.E." by Victor Lodato

> April 2, 2012: “P.E.” by Victor Lodato The story is amusing at times. But there’s definitely more to it…

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>The New Yorker: "Chapter Two" by Antonya Nelson

> March 26, 2012: “Chapter Two” by Antonya Nelson I’ve certainly read stories by Antonya Nelson that I liked more…

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>The New Yorker: "Appreciation" by Rivka Galchen

> March 17, 2012: “Appreciation” by Rivka Galchen This story begins well. It’s written as if it were the evidentiary…

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>The New Yorker: "Ever Since" by Donald Antrim

> March 12, 2012: “Ever Since” by Donald Antrim Every once in a while, the New Yorker story is actually…

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>The New Yorker: "Haven" by Alice Munro

> March 5, 2012: “Haven” by Alice Munro This isn’t one of my favorite Munro stories, although I like how…

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>The New Yorker: "A Prairie Girl" by Thomas McGuane

> February 27, 2012: “A Prairie Girl” by Thomas McGuane Q&A with Thomas McGuane I didn’t care much for this…

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>The New Yorker: "Citizen Conn" by Michael Chabon

> February 13 & 20, 2012: “Citizen Conn” by Michael Chabon I have to say that, even though I found…

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>The New Yorker: "Los Gigantes" by T. Coraghessan Boyle

> February 6, 2012: “Los Gigantes” by T. Coraghessan Boyle Q&A with T.C. Boyle (As of 9:20 pm on 1/30, the…

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>The New Yorker: "Someone" by Alice McDermott

> January 30, 2012: “Someone” by Alice McDermott In the Q&A with Alice McDermott, we learn that this “story” is…

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>The New Yorker: "Labyrinth" by Roberto Bolaño

> January 23, 2012: “Labyrinth” by Roberto Bolaño The Q&A with Barbara Eppler, Bolaño’s first American Publisher, is interesting, but…

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