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A Brief Survey of the Short Story

David Foster Wallace was a maximalist. His masterpiece, Infinite Jest, is a 1,000-page, polyphonic epic about addiction and obsession in millennial America. His journalism and essays, about television and tennis, sea cruises and grammar, always swelled far beyond their allotted word counts ...

Deborah Eisenberg Won Short Story Prize

Deborah Eisenberg has won the PEN-Malamud Award for Excellence in the Short Story. The annual $5,000 prize is given in honor of Bernard Malamud (1914-1986) by the PEN-Faulkner Foundation based in Washington. Eisenberg, a MacArthur "genius" who teaches creative writing at Columbia University in New York, is the author of six collections of short fiction, starting with "Transactions in a Foreign Currency," published in 1986.

37 Bridges and Other Stories

The Short Story of a Lifetime - Noted Pakistani author Aamer Hussein talks about his new collection of short stories, the people who inhabit them, and the art of telling a tale. His new collection is a slim one, not even two hundred pages long.

The New Girlfriend

Once again, it’s up to the Europeans to do the late Ruth Rendell justice, and Ozon’s loose adaptation of her short story of the same name fits right in along Almodóvar’s Live Flesh and Chabrol’s La Cérémonie.

The O. Henry Prize Stories 2015

Results is announced for the O. Henry Prize Stories for 2015, which will appear in the eponymous anthology this September, from Anchor. The Process: The jurors read the twenty O. Henry Prize Stories in a blind manuscript.

15th Edition of Ankara’s Short Story Festival

Yaşar Kemal, the towering figure of contemporary Turkish literature who died on Feb. 28 aged 91, will be remembered this week in Ankara as part of the city's annual international short story festival, which gets under way on Wednesday in its 15th edition. The Ankara International Short Story Days run May 20-24 in their 2015 edition, dedicated to the memory of Kemal, who was equally famous for his short stories as his novels.
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