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Now in its twenty-sixth year, this celebrated annual fiction anthology showcases the best short stories of the year by some of our most exciting new writers. A must-read for readers of short fiction writers, including fans of Lynn Coady, Miranda Hill, George Saunders, Karen Russell, and B.J. Novak, and publications like McSweeney's, The PEN/O. Henry Prize Stories, and The ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published October 7th 2014 by McClelland & Stewart (first published September 30th 2014)
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Monsoon Season by Lori McNulty -- 3/5 stars.
Remainders by Shana Myara -- 4/5 stars.
Hashtag Maggie Vandermeer by Nancy Jo Cullen -- 4/5 stars.
Piano Boy by M.A. Fox* -- 5/5 stars.
Downtown by Jeremy Lanaway -- 2/5 stars.
How To Tell If Your Frog Is Dead* by Julie Roorda -- 5/5 stars.
Sealskin by Tyler Keevil -- 4/5 stars.
Four Minutes by Andrew MacDonald -- 2/5 stars.
Old Man Marchuk by Kev
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Great to read short stories by emerging Canadian authors.
Ann Douglas
An always inspiring anthology of short fiction by Canadian writers. The two standout stories for me in this particular volume were Julie Roorda's "How to Tell if Your Frog is Dead" and Nancy Jo Cullen's "Hashtag Maggie Vandermeer." Really great stuff.
Kim
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Nothing as risky as the stories in last year's anthology, but contains some good reads all the same.
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great little collection
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