Tuesday, August 19, 2014
“The bloody stars were all far away, and I was somehow very small and very lonely. And anything that ever happened to me after I never felt the same about again.”
—Frank O’Connor, “Guests of the Nation”
The short story form has been tackled by some of the greatest writers in literature, from as old as Homer to as recent as Haruki Murakami. As the genre continues to evolve, we are revisiting one of the masters of short fiction, whose works continue to influence and inspire: Frank...
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