Short Story Discussions
Her timely narrative gives the world pause. How far has America come with its race relations? How far has our faith in the police been shaken? Without judgement, Alzayat makes space to consider these and other questions.
The book chronicles the all-true story of unconditional love between Jennifer and Marc, a couple whose marriage would seem certain to fail because of its unusual nature. But as Thorne shows in this powerful book, true love can survive almost any tide.
This week's Short Story Book Club podcast features Andrew Plattner on his manuscript, Terminal.
SSBC Podcast: Award-Winning Book Critic Ruth Franklin on her Biography Shirley Jackson: A Rather Haunted Life
This week's podcast of Short Story Book Club is with Book Critic Ruth Franklin on her award-winning biography Shirley Jackson: A Rather Haunted Life
Thank Your Lucky Stars is the latest collection of short stories by author Sherrie Flick. It's a beautiful collection featuring the stories of women and men who are exquisite perhaps because of their imperfection. On the show,
In the latest episode of the Short Story Discussions podcast, we chat with short-story writer Holiday Reinhorn. She is the author of Big Cats: Stories from Free Press. A graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop,
Bob Mustin joins Short Story Book Club on the latest episode of Short Story Discussions. Bob is the author of The Blue Bicycle, which was chosen as the SSBC Short Story of the Month for December 2018. In this author chat,
Short-story author Leslie-Ann Murray chats with us about writing, immigration, race, and the importance of travel for developing a well-rounded understanding of the world.
In the latest episode of the podcast, SSBC features a review of John Waters's "Make Trouble" and an interview with filmmakers Sam Saper and Lynn Tomlinson for their award-winning film "Elephant's Song."
On today’s episode, we’ll review The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason, listen in on a post-movie chat about American Animals with myself and Steven, and take a look at the calendar for literary events around the country.