>Short Story Month 2011: Wrap-up (#ssm2011)

> Unless I get around to reading the latest New Yorker story today, this will be final post for Short…

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>Short Story Month 2011: Boomtown — Fred Leebron (#ssm2011)

> I’ve been browsing through Boomtown: Explosive Writing From Ten Years of the Queens University of Charlotte MFA Program. I’ve…

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>Short Story Month 2011: The New Yorker — Kate Walbert (#ssm2011)

> May, 30, 2011: “M&M World” by Kate Walbert The good news is that this story is available for free.…

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>Short Story Month 2011: The New Yorker — Ron Rash (#ssm2011)

> May 23, 2011: “The Trusty” by Ron Rash On the downside, you can’t read this new story by Ron…

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>Short Story Month 2011: AGNI — Sigrid Nunez (#ssm2011)

> AGNI 73 arrived in my mailbox yesterday, so last night I read “It’s All Good” by Sigrid Nunez, whose work…

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>Short Story Month 2011: Tin House — Katie Arnold-Ratliff (#ssm2011)

> Does anyone else think it a little unusual for Tin House the magazine to be publishing an excerpt from…

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>Short Story Month 2011: Gettysburg Review — Geoffrey Lee (#ssm2011)

> “Niramiai” by Geoffrey Lee is the first story in the current issue of The Gettysburg Review. I like this…

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>Short Story Month 2011: The New Yorker — Michael Ondaatje (#ssm2011)

> May 16, 2011: “The Cat’s Table” by Michael Ondaatje I liked this fiction a lot—Ondaatje is a great writer—but…

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>Short Story Month 2011: Ploughshares — Lynne Tillman (#ssm2011)

> The story today is “Tiny Struggles” by Lynne Tillman, from the current issue of Ploughshares (Guest Editor Colm Tóibín). Tiny,…

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>Short Story Month 2011: The Kenyon Review — Theodore Wheeler (#ssm2011)

> Here’s yet another 10-year-old protagonist–even though I don’t love the kid’s perspective, maybe I ought to give it a…

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