Voices in the Storm: Character and History in “The Distortions”

A review of Christopher Linforth’s short story collection, “The Distortions.”

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“Manywhere”: Stories in Search of Self

A review of Morgan Thomas’s “Manywhere,” a story collection that has characters investigating identity across time and place.

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Longing and Loss in “You Never Get It Back”

A review of Cara Blue Adams’s debut collection, “You Never Get It Back”

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Grief and Illusion in “We Imagined It Was Rain”

An interview with Andrew Siegrist on his new short story collection, “We Imagined It Was Rain.”

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“Those Fantastic Lives” Explores the Relationship Between the Worlds of Adults and Children

An interview with Bradley Sides on his new short story collection, “Those Fantastic Lives.”

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Ambiguous Meaning of Survival in “Afterparties”

The question of identity is central to each of the nine hard-hitting yet remarkably touching stories in Anthony Veasna So’s debut collection, “Afterparties.”

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People are Beastly in “Filthy Animals”

Brandon Taylor’s short story collection, “Filthy Animals,” is set in the Midwest and the South with characters that are extra-aware of their hungers.

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