The Short Review

shining the spotlight on short story collections

The Sept issue is here

This month’s Short Review is up. What’s in it, you ask??

We bring you false relations, damaged goods, repetition patterns, quick repair, stories like donut holes, stories named for rivers, things that are cold to the touch, people who always want something, the collected stories of the Armitage family, and our first review of an ebook which leaves the reader, Radiohead-style, to decide what they’d like to pay. And, as ever, author interviews with almost everyone we review.

Controversially, perhaps, we’ve added the Literary Fiction category to the Find Something to Read By Category page. Difficult one, this. Might cause trouble. Who is to say what is Lit Fic and what isn’t? Hmm. What do you think?? Leave a comment.

Also: Surprise yourself! Check out our non-complete list of short story collections published in 2008 and so far this year (almost). More than you thought, eh?

Pop in and have a read.

One comment on “The Sept issue is here

  1. Sarah Hilary
    September 4, 2009

    That list of short story collections published in 2008 and 2009 thus far is a HUGE surprise, Tania, you're right. I know it would be longer than I expected but I had no idea it would that long. Thanks for providing such a comprehensive guide to what's available, and what's coming soon.


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