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  • Incendiary Girls: Stories
    The 11 stories in Scheer's debut collection cover similar territory—magical realism, disease and the human body—and most are based in contemporary settings, but all are told in remarkably varied voices.
    03/10/2014
  • Dead Girls and Other Stories
    In her debut collection, Geminder covers a range of subjects and injects them with her own brand of liveliness and creativity.
    08/07/2017
  • Solo Spinout: Stories and a Novella
    This cycle of stories, carefully honed and understated, covers some of the same psychological territory claimed by such writers as Ann Beattie.
    04/03/2000
  • Grey Area and Other Stories
    ``InclusionR'' exposes a cover-up of a disaster in the covert pharmaceutical testing of a new anti-depressant drug used ritualistically by bee-worshipping rain-forest tribesmen.
    03/04/1996
  • The Oxford Book of Spy Stories
    Seeking to provide a panorama of those spy stories that define espionage in the public imagination, Cox, an editor at OUP, selects 28 short stories covering a variety of international (and in one case, interplanetary) settings and epochs.
    07/29/1996
  • Life Science and Other Stories
    Five ``Bear Stories'' build on one another, from the secondhand tale of a man who covers his daughter's hands with honey to lure a bear into a photograph, to the narrator's attempt to shoot one.
    01/02/1995
  • Life Science and Other Stories
    Five ``Bear Stories'' build on one another, from the secondhand tale of a man who covers his daughter's hands with honey to lure a bear into a photograph, to the narrator's attempt to shoot one.
    01/02/1995
  • Evolution: The Whole Story
    Modestly priced for such a richly detailed hardcover, this book is the essential story of life on earth, and it belongs on the shelf of everyone who is interested in that story.
    09/28/2015
  • SHATTERED: Stories of Children and War
    Twelve thought-provoking stories by as many writers cover a wide range of settings and conflicts.
    01/21/2002
  • America: The Story of Us
    If every history text was as lively as America, everyone would know our story.
    11/01/2010
  • Coming to America: The Story of Immigration
    She astutely makes each reader a part of her story, stating, "All Americans are related to immigrants or are immigrants themselves."
    01/29/1996
  • Mostly Redneck: Stories
    It's a fitting match for this assortment of murderers, musicians in small-town cover bands, and ex-cons who fell short of the brass ring that make up this collection.
    08/01/2011
  • Best of Tin House Stories
    The cover design is fairly generic compared with the competition (i.e., McSweeney's), but what's inside is anything but.
    05/15/2006
  • Widow Basquiat: A Love Story
    When Basquiat died, Clement writes, “Suzanne covers her mouth with her hands...
    10/06/2014
  • Here Until August: Stories
    The 10 sharp, vivid stories in Rowe’s first collection (after the novel A Loving, Faithful Animal) showcase characters overwhelmed by the harsh and often beautiful places in which they feel not at all at home.
    09/30/2019

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