Allen Gurganus's small-town portraits recall the grotesques of Sherwood Anderson's classic.
A dynamic collection of short stories from the author of City of Bohane sound out the modern changes to Irish brogue.
Fifteen stories implant the fantastic within a resolutely ordinary world.
Tales of everyday lives, suffused with a Picasso-esque vision.
Are punchy prose and revelatory antics the key to a short story renaissance?
Small tales offer medium-sized heroes a grand forum.
Two decades of stories find universal themes in the lives of Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest.
A collection of previously published short fiction by the American master of dread.
In these stories by the author of Mr. Peanut, you don't have to be cruel to be kind, but it helps.
Women face life on their own terms in the author's career-spanning story collection.
Stories that explore the
"risky and exhilarating" years of youth, and what follows.
Tales that travel around
the globe and into the depths of the heart.
The wives at a military
base grapple with the unknown as their husbands head into combat in these
linked short stories.
A new volume of stories
from Joseph McElroy leads readers from darkness to sudden radiance.
A posthumous short
story collection invites a look back at the "style-drenched" work of
an audacious writer.
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