Tobias Wolff’s stories are honest, heartfelt and moving. Our stories, indeed.
Barry Hannah sings a drunken ode to youth, beauty and the power of language.
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Joy Williams’ characters practice enlightenment by exclusion in this sad, sparse collection of short stories.
Amy Hempel’s stories require your collaboration.
“Drink up,” the man said to his daughter. “I don’t want to,” the girl said. “You need to understand how this feels,” said the man.