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Click I Have iTunes to open it now. View More by This Author. Description Electric Literature is a quarterly anthology of short stories with a strong voice that capture readers and listeners and lead them somewhere exciting, unexpected, and meaningful. Customer Ratings We have not received enough ratings to display an average for this audiobook.

Mar 02, Beth rated it it was ok Shelves: Disappointing after the first collection was so good. Don't take a bunch of tweets and publish them as a short story. Feb 17, Robert rated it really liked it.

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Videos About This Book. Electric Literature is a bimonthly anthology of short stories created by writers tired of hearing about how literary fiction is doomed.

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We often hear that no one reads anymore, and yet everywhere we look we see people reading—whether it be books, blogs, twitters, or text messages. Her gift for tackling the unthinkably sad, and often tragic, while leaving room for a glimmer of redemption, is incomparable. I know her memoir about life with her son Ronan, about the love of a mother for a son who will soon die from Tay-Sachs, will be my most meaningful read of Erin Harris , literary agent:.

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Saunders is also one of the only writers others are Michael Kimball and Scott McClanahan who can hook me with tender realism, seen here in resonant stories about a terminally ill man and a traumatized vet. When he read from his work in progress at Franklin Park three years ago, he received a rock star reception. Blending startling imagery, lyrical prose and macabre scenarios, her mesmerizing stories bring fresh insight to familiar rites of passage. I also feel a strong attachment to her work since she lived as a teenager and has set some of her fiction in Crown Heights, our home base.

She sits on a stoop and basks in the sight of little Reb Zelmeles spilling from every doorway like black poppy seeds.

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Matthew Winn, proprietor of Molasses Books:. I was thinking it was just the first English translation, but it is the fact that the young Tutuola, from West Africa, insisted on writing in English that gives this book much of its appeal.

The English is simple and slightly off, and it gives the surreal, nightmarish stories a more vernacular, folk-tale vibe. This avant-garde collection is linguistically playful, metaphor heavy and narratively fanciful.

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