Flash Fiction Forward 80 Very Short Stories

ISBN-10: 0393328023
ISBN-13: 9780393328028
Edition: 2006
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Description: The eagerly anticipated anthology from the editors who coined the term "Flash," with stories by today's best fiction writers. After publication of the first Flash Fiction anthology over a decade ago, "flash" became part of the creative writing  More...

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Book details

List price: $15.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/17/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

The eagerly anticipated anthology from the editors who coined the term "Flash," with stories by today's best fiction writers. After publication of the first Flash Fiction anthology over a decade ago, "flash" became part of the creative writing lexicon for readers, writers, students, and teachers. In this follow-up collection, the editors once again tackle the question: "How short can a story be and truly be a story?" Determined to find the best flashes from America in the twenty-first century, James Thomas and Robert Shapard searched everywhere for stories that were not merely good but memorable. Moving, and certainly unforgettable, this collection includes stories from the best and most popular fiction writers of our time, including Ron Carlson, Robert Coover, Steve Almond, Amy Hempel, A. M. Homes, Grace Paley, and Paul Theroux. In addition, Rick Moody properly defines armoire, Lydia Davis delves into a world of cats, and Dave Eggers explores narrow escapes. Over and over, these stories prove that often less is more.

Stories
Editors' Note
Jumper Down
The Memory Priest of the Creech People
Sashimi Cashmere
The Barbie Birthday
Sweet Sixteen
Before the Bath
Baker's Helper
Rumors of Myself
Mandela Was Late
Sleeping
Traditional Style Indian Garage
How to Set a House on Fire
The Jalapeno Contest
Currents
1951
Bullet
Consuming the View
The Great Open Mouth Anti-Sadness
Things You Should Know
Rose
Tiffany
The Fallguy's Faith
The Cats in the Prison Recreation Hall
Level
Blind Fish
The Voices in My Head
The Old Truth in Costa Rica
Why You Shouldn't Have Gone in the First Place
Mythologies
Reviving Pater
Bullhead
Accident
All Girl Band
I Never Looked
My Date with Neanderthal Woman
Fab 4
The Peterson Fire
Words
The Black City
Justice-A Beginning
That Could Have Been You
The Wallet
How to End Up
The Orange
21, Jim Crace
Geometry Can Fail Us
To Reduce Your Likelihood of Murder
Oliver's Evolution
The Doctor
Crazy Glue
Pledge Drive
The Handbag
A Patriotic Angel
What Were the White Things?
Map of the Lost World
Bill
The Kettle
Quill
Nicaragua
Parrot Talk
I Didn't Do That
What I Know of Your Country
The Paperboy
Birth
Guidebook
Test
Drawer
00:02:36:58
The Good Life
Fruit Series
Initials Etched on a Dining-Room Table, Lockeport, Nova Scotia
Mr. Nikos Nikou
Three Soldiers
The Mesmerist
Toasters
Diagnostic Drift
You Don't Know Anything
Traveling Alone
The Death of the Short Story
Credits

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