Sudden Fiction International: Sixty Short-short Stories

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Robert Shapard, James Thomas
Norton, 1989 - 342 sÝ­ur
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'Sudden Fiction International is even better than its predecessor. It's a fine teaching tool, a good gift, it's Around - the - world - in - Sixty - Stories, with many surprises, new friends, old friends, almost every stop a brief wonder in itself.'--Alan Cheuse

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Sudden fiction international: sixty short-short stories

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A follow-up to Sudden Fiction ( LJ 11/1/86), this anthology presents an enticing smorgasbord of 60 short-short stories (none longer than five pages) from every continent, including work from such ... Read full review

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Um h÷fundinn (1989)

Robert Shapard directed the University of Hawaii MFA program and now lives in Austin, Texas.

James Thomas has received a Stegner Fellowship, a Michener Fellowship, and two NEA grants. He lives in Xenia, Ohio.

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