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The Book of the Unknown: Tales of the Thirty-six

by Jonathon Keats

Marvelous and mystical stories of the thirty-six anonymous saints whose decency sustains the world–reimagined from Jewish folklore.

A liar, a cheat, a degenerate, and a whore. These are the last people one...


The Lifeguard

by Mary Morris

It was with her stories that Mary Morris first won attention and acclaim: her first collection, Vanishing Animals, received the prestigious Rome Prize, and her second, The Bus of Dreams, was widely hailed. In...


Shooting Monkeys in a Barrel: Ten Twisted Tales

by S.G. Browne

From the author of Breathers, Fated, and Lucky Bastard comes a collection of ten dark and humorous tales about extraterrestrial sex toys, a family of luck poachers, a group of professional guinea pigs, the immortal...


Anticipated Results

by Dennis Bolen

Tragicomic stories about the lost souls of the Boomer Generation—old friends facing old demons as they grapple with middle age.


Fitting Ends

by Dan Chaon

Fitting Ends is the first collection of fiction by the acclaimed author of the National Book Award finalist Among the Missing and now appears in this newly revised edition with two never before collected stories....


The Ways of White Folks: Stories

by Langston Hughes

In these acrid and poignant stories, Hughes depicted black people colliding--sometimes humorously, more often tragically--with whites in the 1920s and '30s.

From the Trade Paperback edition.


Birds of a Lesser Paradise: Stories

by Megan Mayhew Bergman

Exploring the way our choices and relationships are shaped by the menace and beauty of the natural world, Megan Mayhew Bergman’s powerful and heartwarming collection captures the surprising moments when the...


Someone to Crawl Back to

by Phillip Gardner

Someone To Crawl Back To is a novel-in-stories, a collection of hearts in search of what they've always wanted or what they've eternally lost. Set in small town South Carolina, those hearts belong to wrecker...


A Vow To Run

A Lovesong for India: Tales from the East and West

by Ruth Jhabvala

In this expansive story collection, acclaimed writer Ruth Prawer Jhabvala continues her lifelong meditation on East and West. Set in India, England, and New York City, A Lovesong for India reveals what unites...


By Blood We Live

by John Adams

From Dracula to Buffy the Vampire Slayer; from Castlevania to Tru Blood, the romance between popular culture and vampires hearkens back to humanity's darkest, deepest fears, flowing through our very blood, fears...


Sentimental Exorcisms

by David Derry

'Derry specializes in the most delightfully self-unaware characters. These are delicious portrayals of delusion.' – Uptown

'Derry's cohort of misanthropic, sexually repressed anti-heroes possesses a spooky ability...


Dear Mr. President

by Gabe Hudson

Everybody’s Gulf War Syndrome is a little bit different. Or so believes Larry, who returns home from Desert Storm to find his hair gone and his bones rapidly disintegrating. Then there’s Lance Corporal James...


Something in My Eye: Stories

by Michael Lee & Francine Prose

Michael Jeffrey Lee writes like a redneck Samuel Beckett, sketching dystopias of life along the margins in contemporary New Orleans.


Drowned Boy: Stories

by Jerry Gabriel & Andrea Barrett

The 2008 Mary McCarthy Prize winner, selected by Andrea Barrett. A kind of contemporary Winesburg, Ohio.


To Assume a Pleasing Shape

by Joseph Salvatore

Exquisitely written, sexually charged debut short story collection by New York Times Book Review fiction reviewer.


Baby Geisha

by Trinie Dalton

Eye-popping stories that showcase an assured and exceptionally stylish talent.


Stephen Morris

by Nevil Shute

These two related novellas, Stephen Morris and Pilotage, were Nevil Shute’s first works of fiction and drew on his own youthful experiences. Both concern young men obsessed with the early world of aviation....


Honored Guest

by Joy Williams

With her singular brand of gorgeous dark humor, Joy Williams explores the various ways–comic, tragic, and unnerving—we seek to accommodate diminishment and loss. A masseuse breaks her rich client's wrist...


Because They Wanted to: Stories

by Mary Gaitskill

A Simon & Schuster eBook