The New Yorker: “All You Have to Do” by Sarah Braunstein

March 16, 2015: “All You Have to Do” by Sarah Braunstein It’s 1972, Sid is 16, and he meets Bill,…

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The New Yorker: “A Death” by Stephen King

March 9, 2015: “A Death” by Stephen King I’ve never been a fan of King’s and this story is definitely…

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The New Yorker: “Kino” by Haruki Murakami

February 23 & March 2, 2015: “Kino” by Haruki Murakami The story is about a Japanese man who works for…

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The New Yorker: “Labyrinth” by Amelia Gray

February 16, 2015: “Labyrinth” by Amelia Gray In the Q&A with Amelia Gray we learn that the story is a…

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The New Yorker: “Sweetness” by Toni Morrison

February 9, 2015: “Sweetness” by Toni Morrison This is an excerpt from Morrison’s new novel, God Help the Child, due…

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The New Yorker: “Alice” by Elizabeth Harrower

February 2, 2015: “Alice” by Elizabeth Harrower This story, set in Australia, has the feeling of a fairy tale, one…

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The New Yorker: “Inventions” by Isaac Bashevis Singer

January 26, 2015: “Inventions” by Isaac Bashevis Singer According to This Week in Fiction: Isaac Bashevis Singer this story was…

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The New Yorker: “Breadman” by J. Robert Lennon

January 19, 2015: “Breadman” by J. Robert Lennon Weird story. I liked it. The first person narrator joins a queue…

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The New Yorker: “The Crabapple Tree” by Robert Coover

January 12, 2015: “The Crabapple Tree” by Robert Coover Coover’s story from last January, “The Frog Prince,” is what ended…

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The New Yorker: “The Ways” by Colin Barrett

January 5, 2015: “The Ways” by Colin Barrett Here’s what I didn’t like about this story: (1) Little sense of…

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