This anthology surveys the most thought-provoking and noteworthy non-traditional#148 short stories written by American and international writers over the past 100 years. The works collected here represent a rich, while often overlooked, tradition of stories that seem to break the rules of short fiction. These stories, by well-known writers as well as by refreshingly new voices, demonstrate a wide-range of stylistic and narrative diversity. They expand our perceptions of what constitutes a well-written short story and underscore the unlimited techniques writers use to achieve a desired effect.
Table of Contents
PART ONE: FABULISTS
PART TWO: FORMALISTS
Index of Authors and Titles 343