By Laura Furman 4 min read
O. Henry Prize Stories editor Laura Furman advises on what's essential - and what's not - when considering how to write short stories.
By Nathan Gelgud 3 min read
Read an illustrated excerpted from Ben Marcus’s short story collection, Notes from the Fog, which offers readers visions of alienation in a modern world.
By Keith Rice 2 min read
One of the most famous short stories in American literature crafted by one of the twentieth century’s most influential suspense and horror writers, Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” remains both
By Lorraine Berry 9 min read
Thoughts on Lauren Groff's new collection of short stories, Florida, and Cutter Wood's true crime book, Love and Death in the Sunshine State.
By Lorraine Berry 12 min read
From A. M. Homes's May We Be Forgiven to short story collection Days of Awe, Lorraine Berry explores just what makes A. M. Homes's writing so special.