Alice Munro is a master of the short story. This Nobel prize-winning author has an astonishing ability to create nuanced characters and stories that go to the heart of the complicated relations between people. Though Munro's writing style is unique, here are some equally talented writers who elevate the short story to a fine art.
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The Golden Apples
Book - 1977
Volt
Stories
Book - 2011
Cheating at Canasta
Book - 2007
Where I'm Calling From
New and Selected Stories
Book - 1989
Moral Disorder
Stories
Book - 2006
The New Yorker
Stories
Book - 2010
Bobcat
& Other Stories
Book - 2013
Vampires in the Lemon Grove
Stories
Book - 2013
Nothing Gold Can Stay
Stories
Book - 2013
Lauren Groff reads Alice Munro’s “Axis”
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In this podcast, Lauren Groff reads Alice Munro’s “Axis,” and discusses it with The New Yorker’s fiction editor, Deborah Treisman. In this podcast, Lauren Groff reads Alice Munro’s “Axis,” and discusses it with The New Yorker’s fiction editor, Deborah Treisman. Show less
Runaway
Stories
Book - 2004
Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage
Stories
Book - 2001
Lives of Girls and Women
Book - 2001
The Moons of Jupiter
Stories
Book - 1991
Dear Life
Stories
Book - 2012
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