The Short Review

shining the spotlight on short story collections

December issue: great gift ideas


Need gift ideas for the holidays? Look no further, everything you need is in The Short Review’s December issue: we have ten short story collections and anthologies to recommend, which wend their way from Cyprus to New York to North Dakota, from the past to the future, from music to magic, fantasy to erotica, monkeys, with much flash fiction and a helping of humour.

Reviews:
Ledra Street by Nora Nadjarian

The Past Through Tomorrow by Robert Heinlein

New York Echoes by Warren Adler

Dirty Girls edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel

The Ladies of Grace Adieu by Susanna Clarke

Dial M for Monkey by Adam Maxwell

Space Magic by David D. Levine

Months and Seasons by Christopher Meeks

As in Music by Kathy Page

Night Train by Lise Erdrich

And seven author interviews, with
Nora Nadjarian
Warren Adler
Adam Maxwell
David D. Levine
Christopher Meeks
Kathy Page
Lise Erdrich

It’s all here.

Happy New Year, may 2009 be filled with great reading (and many short stories!)

Tania

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This entry was posted on December 16, 2008 by in authors, new site content, reviews, short stories, short story collections, the short review.
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