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Posts Tagged ‘short story month’

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Stories We Love: “The All That Ploughs through the Nothing,” by César Aira

“His fiction is baffling and fresh enough to revert even experienced readers back into novices”: Eric McDowell on metafiction and writing lessons in César Aira’s “The All That Ploughs through the Nothing.” Aira’s latest in translation, The Little Buddhist Monk & The Proof, comes out today from New Directions.


Interviews |

All the Buried Tales: Talking Flash Fiction with Kim Chinquee

“I suppose if flash fiction were a running form, it would be a sprint. One that requires a lot of thinking and training and art to have a good, solid race”: Kim Chinquee with Steve Wingate on her new collection of flash fiction, Veer, out this spring from Ravenna Press.


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A Great and Heartbroken Love for the World: A Conversation Between N. West Moss and David Ebenbach

“I am much more interested in the people who are not forever trying to be known”: N. West Moss with David Ebenbach, discussing their new books The Subway Stops at Bryant Park and The Guy We Didn’t Invite to the Orgy and other stories.




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