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Middle-Aged Boys & Girls
We all know adults who are stranded in the amber of adolescence. Growing older but...
Myth, folklore, and magic permeate the stories in Marianne Micros' collection Eye. Set in ancient...
Unholy Stories
Her characters stumble into the light, clutching their existential problems. Their stories float up like...
Writing Our Way Home
Writing Our Way Home is an important contribution to literary studies. “Italian-Canadian writers are not...
A Place of Light
Each of these impeccably crafted and sensitive stories is built around the outstanding ordinary individuals,...
Us Fools Believing
A homeless woman grieves her son's death. A drug addict breaks through his withdrawal and...
A classic short fiction writer, Wade Bell lets his characters do the talking for him, electing to stay in the background. His style is simple but he's not afraid to pry open the heart of a character and expose it for all the world to see. Bell's latest collection features a young wife who deliberately sets up her husband to kill or be killed; a struggling artist who is picked up by a mysterious six-foot woman at a bar; a girlfriend called Jupiter Moon; and a drill instructor who gets his kicks ordering a seven-year-old to march.

"She was pinch-mouthed, somewhat paranoid and -- or, at least, as she'd often been told -- completely inconsiderate of anyone's feelings except, at times, those of her son ..."
Tracie's Revenge & Other Stories
Surface Roots
Weather Permitting & Other Stories
Nice People: A Collection of Dutch Short Stories
Bridge in the Rain
The Tangible Word
At the Copa
Faithful and Other Stories
The Anthology of Italian-Canadian Writing
Where Seas and Fables Meet: Parables, Aphorisms, Fragments, Thought
Vanishing Villages
Mankind & Other Stories of Women