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All in a Day's Work

by Bru Baker, Henrietta Clarke & Shae Connor

A guy's got to make a living. He can do it the conventional way-by selling cars, scooping ice cream, or delivering sandwiches-or he can earn his money as a spy, a historical interpreter, or the host of a myth-busting...


The Best American Short Stories 2014

by Jennifer Egan & Heidi Pitlor

The best-selling and award-winning Jennifer Egan guest edits this year's The Best American Short Stories, the premier annual showcase for the country's finest short fiction.


Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet No. 30

by Kelly Link & Gavin J Grant

With the thirtieth issue, LCRW—the only zine named after Winston Churchill's mother—changes everything. We turn blue into tree. We make electricity solid. We publish stories that shake the world so hard it...


Beacons: Stories for Our Not So Distant Future

by Gregory Norminton

Beacons throws down the gauntlet, challenging best-selling and award-winning authors to imagine where we, and out planet, might be headed and, in imagining, help us transform the way we look at our world and...


The Best American Mystery Stories 2014

by Otto Penzler & Laura Lippman

The best-selling and award-winning Laura Lippman edits a collection of the best mystery writing published in 2013 selected from hundreds of magazines, journals, books, and websites.


Moon Shadows

by Veronica Moore

In the dark of night, the moon is bright. But what lurks in the shadows will give you a fright. Seventeen stories touch the unknown, the unseen, and the undead. Visit what we avoid. Step into the shadows of...


Black Denim Lit #7: A Suitable Poison

by Linda Boroff, Sean Monaghan & Christopher T Garry

The August, 2014 issue edited by Christopher T Garry features 140 pages of never before seen stories from eight new authors, creating narratives that are variously dark, cynical, inspiring, violent and longing....


Bloody Vampires

by Bobby Nayyar, Paul McDonald & HP Tinker

Thankfully there's more to vampires than soppy teenagers brooding in a forest. Rather we've injected a bit of bite into the genre by asking 10 authors to write their own vampire story. Their aim is to expand...


The Best American Poetry 2014

by David Lehman & Terrance Hayes

Edited by the National Book Award-winning poet Terrance Hayes, the foremost annual anthology of contemporary American poetry returns: “A ‘best’ anthology that really lives up to its title” (Chicago Tribune...


Tehran Noir

by Salar Abdoh

An unflinching noir exploration of one of the world's most volatile cities.


The O. Henry Prize Stories 2014

by Laura Furman

The O. Henry Prize Stories 2014 gathers twenty of the best short stories of the year, selected from thousands published in literary magazines. The winning stories roam the world, from Nigeria to Venice, from...


Nature Futures 2

by Colin Sullivan & Henry Gee

100 writers - including Neal Asher, Elizabeth Bear, Gregory Benford, Tobias Buckell, Brenda Cooper, Kathryn Cramer, David Langford, Tanith Lee, Ken Liu, Nick Mamatas, Norman Spinrad, Ian Stewart, Rachel Swirsky,...


Happiness: Ten Years of n+1

by Editors of n+1

The first anthology of America's foremost intellectual magazine.

n+1 appeared in the fall of 2004, the brainchild of a group of writers working out of a small apartment. Intended to revive the leftist social...


Sisterhood

by POWA Women's Writing Project

This is POWA's 7th anthology of poems, short stories and personal essays. The anthology embodies the meaning of sisterhood, of relationships in which girls and women give and receive friendship, love, and support....


Italian Canadians at Table: A Narrative Feast in Five Courses

by Loretta Gatto-White

The persistence of misconceptions about Italian-Canadian food culture raises many questions for us. Are we gluttonous, inebriate and too loud? Do we force-feed guests? Are we in fact food-obsessed? How many...


The Trouble with Flying and other stories: Margaret River Short Story Competition 2014

by Richard Rossiter & Susan Midalia

The collection is made up of twenty four stories selected from the 216 entries to the annual Margaret River Short Story Competition. There is a strong sense throughout this collection of stories of characters...


New Stories from the South 2010: The Year's Best

by Amy Hempel

Over the past twenty-five years, New Stories from the South has published the work of now well-known writers, including James Lee Burke, Andre Dubus, Barbara Kingsolver, John Sayles, Joshua Ferris, and Abraham...


The Schocken Book of Modern Sephardic Literature

by Ilan Stavans

The expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492 gave rise to a series of rich, diverse diasporas that were interconnected through a common vision and joie de vivre. The exodus took these Sephardim to other European...


No Man's Land: Fiction from a World at War

by Pete Ayrton

From the trenches to the home front, the most profound fiction inspired by World War I—and a moving memorial to the twentieth century's most cataclysmic event.

The Great War gave birth to some of the twentieth...


The Kid on the Karaoke Stage & Other Stories

by Georgia Richter

Featuring both established and emerging Western Australian writers, this short story anthology includes both fiction and creative nonfiction. A quirky and memorable collection, it centers on “who we are and...