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So the Story Goes: Twenty-Five Years of the Johns Hopkins Short Fiction Series 1 of 1
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0801881773
ISBN-13: 9780801881770
Sku: 39982116
Publish Date: 8/13/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9H x 5.5L x 1T
Pages:  303
Age Range:  22 to UP
 
Since its founding in 1979, the Johns Hopkins Poetry and Fiction series has published forty volumes of short fiction, beginning with Guy Davenport's acclaimed "Da Vinci's Bicycle." The series was launched with two guiding principles: to publish works of short fiction exhibiting formal excellence and strong emotional appeal and to publish writers at all stages of their careers.

"So the Story Goes" gathers the best short fiction of the series, works exhibiting wit, elegance, and wisdom. Writing about a wide variety of subjects and in a multitude of styles, the twenty writers collected here share a mastery of language and an extraordinary ability to entertain.

Ellen Akins from "World Like a Knife," "Her Book"Steve Barthelme from "And He Tells the Little Horse the Whole Story," "Zorro"Glenn Blake from "Drowned Moon," "Marsh"Jennifer Finney Boylan from "Remind Me to Murder You Later," "Thirty-six Miracles of Lyndon Johnson"Richard Burgin from "Fear of Blue Skies," "Bodysurfing"Avery Chenoweth from "Wingtips," "Powerman"Guy Davenport from "Da Vinci's Bicycle," "A Field of Snow on a Slope of the Rosenberg"Tristan Davies from "Cake," "Counterfactuals"Stephen Dixon from "Time to Go," "Time to Go"Judith Grossman from "How Aliens Think," "Rovera"Josephine Jacobsen from "What Goes without Saying," "On the Island"Greg Johnson from "I Am Dangerous," "Hemingway's Cats"Jerry Klinkowitz from "Basepaths," "Basepaths"Michael Martone from "Safety Patrol," "Safety Patrol"Jack Matthews from "Crazy Women," "Haunted by Name Our Ignorant Lips"Jean McGarry from "Dream Date," "The Last Time"Robert Nichols from "In the Air," "Six Ways of Looking at Farming"Joe Ashby Porter from "Lithuania," "WestBaltimore"Frances Sherwood from "Everything You've Heard Is True," "History"Robley Wilson from "The Book of Lost Fathers," "Hard Times"

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A superlative anthology of short fiction presents the best examples of the genre from the twenty-five years of the series, with contributions from Robley Wilson, Frances Sherwood, Jean McGarry, Judith Grossman, Stephen Dixon, Guy Davenport, Avery Chenoweth, Steve Barthelme, and other writers. Simultaneous.A superlative anthology of short fiction presents the best examples of the genre from the twenty-five years of the series, with contributions from Robley Wilson, Frances Sherwood, Jean McGarry, Judith Grossman, Stephen Dixon, Guy Davenport, Avery Chenoweth, Steve Barthelme, and other writers. Simultaneous.
Author Bio
John Barth
Born in Maryland, Barth has set much of his fiction on the Eastern shore. His volume of short fiction, CHIMERA, which combines classic tales with modern psychological insight, won the National Book Award in 1972. Later in life, he taught at John Hopkins University.
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Product attributeBook Format:   Hardcover
Product attributeMinimum Age:   18
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0303
Product attributePublisher:   Johns Hopkins University Press
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