Transitions is an exceptional collection of short stories that deserves recognition both for the quality of the writing and its provocative themes.
John Edgar Wideman’s You Made Me Love You features an array of impressive, thought-provoking stories of considerable depth.
Pulsing with imagination, Brenda Peynado’s short story collection, The Rock Eaters, is a bold statement of intent from an emerging voice worthy of the hype.
Spanish writer Sergi Pámies’ story collection, ‘The Art of Wearing a Trench Coat’, draws readers into deep, psychologically dense first-person narratives.
Five short stories—by Anton Chekhov, Katherine Mansfield, Bharati Mukherjee, Anthony Doerr, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie—explore various isolation, solitude, and loneliness pathologies from the perspectives of different lives and cultures.
The similes in Miriam Cohen's impressive debut short story collection, Adults and Other Children, are perfectly attuned to the essence of her characters.
These five short stories—by Naguib Mahfouz, Carmen Maria Machado, Niven Govinden, Margaret Atwood, and Wole Talabi—are about new beginnings. They're also about those unsettling endings that aren't really endings.
Although his works evoke Charles Bukowski, Flannery O'Connor, Carson McCullers, and William Faulkner, Larry Brown's unapologetic characters were always his own.