The Scribner Anthology of Contemporary Short Fiction: Fifty North American Stories Since 1970
ISBN 13: 9780684857961
Publisher: Touchstone Books
Publication Date: 1999
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Breaking new ground in the field of literary collections, The Scribner Anthology of Contemporary Short Fiction is comprised of stories chosen by more than 200 English professors, award-winning writers, and the directors of prestigious writing workshops. The result is a volume that showcases an unusual variety of different cultural, gender, ethnic, and racial viewpoints. With stories encompassing both the contemporary realist and postmodern traditions, it brings together the best works by established authors like John Barth, Raymond Carver, and Alice Walker, new favorites like Lorrie Moore, and Junot Diaz, and Melanie Rae Thon. This collection includes: -- Sherman Alexi: "Phoenix, AZ" -- Margaret Atwood: "Death by Landscape" -- Sandra Cisneros: "Woman Hollering Creek" -- Jamaica Kincaid: "Girl" -- Bharati Mukherjee: "The Management of Grief" -- Amy Bloom: "Silver Water" -- Reginald McKnight: "The Kind of Light That Shines Over Texas" -- Annie Proulx: "Brokeback Mountain" -- Amy Tan: "Two Kinds"
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