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277 pages ; 21 cm
  • The story, victorious / Etgar Keret
  • Please hold me the forgotten way / H. J. Shepard
  • Prisoner of war / Muna Fadhil
  • The waterfall / Alberto Chimal
  • Eating bone / Shabnam Nadiya
  • Esse / Czetaw Mitosz
  • The gospel of Guy No-Horse / Natalie Diaz
  • Man carrying books / Linh Dinh
  • The attraction of asphalt / Stefani Nellen
  • Barnes / Edmundo Paz Soldan
  • A sailor / Randa Jarrar
  • The voice of the enemy / Juan Villoro
  • An Imperial message / Franz Kafka
  • Trilogy / Antonio Lopez Ortega
  • Shattered / Shirani Rajapakse
  • Bruise / Stuart Dybek
  • Love / Edgar Omar Aviles
  • First impressions / Ricardo Sumalavia
  • Fire. Water. /Avital Gad-Cykman
  • The snake / Eric Rugara
  • An ugly man / Marcela Fuentes
  • The lord of the flies / Marco Denevi
  • Honor killing / Kim Young-ha
  • Signs / Bess Winter
  • Idolatry / Sherman Alexie
  • Lost / Alberto Fuguet
  • The extravagant behavior of the naked woman / Josefina Estrada
  • Sleeping habit / Yasunari Kawabata
  • Night drive / Ruben Fonseca
  • Truthful lies / Frankie McMillan
  • The tiger / Mohibullah Zegham
  • Everyone out of the pool / Robert Lopez
  • The baby / Maria Negroni
  • Aglaglagl / Bruce Holland Rogers
  • The five new sons / Zakaria Tamer
  • The vending machine at the end of the world / Josephine Rowe
  • The past / Juan Carlos Botero
  • Everyone does intergral calculus / Kuzhali Manickavel
  • Little girls / Tara Laskowski
  • Ronggeng / Yin Ee Kiong
  • Butterfly forever / Chen Qiyou
  • Labyrinth / Juan Jose Barrientos
  • The light eater / Kirsty Logan
  • Late for dinner / Jim Crace
  • Volcanic fireflies / Monica Lavin
  • Insomnia / Vigilio Pinera
  • Four hands / Margarita Meklina
  • Engkanto / Peter Zaragoza Mayshle
  • Without a net / Ana Maria Shua
  • Appointment in Samarra / W. Somerset Maugham
  • The Hawak / Brian Doyle
  • The egg pyramid / Nuala Ni Chonchuir
  • An ouroboric novel / Giorgio Manganelli
  • The color / Jon McGregor
  • Like a family / Meg Pokrass
  • The madonna round Evelina's / Pierre J. Mejlak
  • My brother at the Canadian Border / Sholeh Wolpe
  • Skull of a sheep / James Claffey
  • Arm, clean off / Cate McGowan
  • Finished symphony / Augusto Monterroso
  • When a dollar was a big deal / Ari Behn
  • Amerika street / Lili Potpara
  • Joke / Giannis Palavos
  • Heavy bones / Tania Hershman
  • Dream #6 / Naguib Mahfouz
  • Daniela / Roberto Bolano
  • Sovetskoye Shampanskoye / Berit Ellingsen
  • Consuming the view / Luigi Malerba
  • Reunion / Edward Mullany
  • The interpreter for the tribunal / Tony Eprile
  • The gutter / Ethel Rohan
  • Three-second angels / Judd Hampton
  • The lament of Hester Muponda
  • Petina Gappah
  • Farewell, I love you, and goodbye / James Tate
  • The most beautiful girl / Peter Stamm
  • The ache / Elena Bossi
  • The young widow / Petronius
  • Fun house / Robert Scotellaro
  • Squeegee / James Norcliffe
  • From the roaches' perspective / Qiu Xiaolong
  • Not far from the tree / Karina M. Szczurek
  • Family / Jensen Beach
  • Honey / Antonio Ungar
  • Hotel room / Juan Jose Saer
  • The nihilist / Ron Carlson
  • Stories / Natasza Goerke.
What is a flash fiction called in other countries? In Latin America it is a micro, in Denmark kortprosa, in Bulgaria mikro razkaz. These short shorts, usually no more than 750 words, range from linear narratives to the more unusual: stories based on mathematical forms, a paragraph-length novel, a scientific report on volcanic fireflies that proliferate in nightclubs. Flash has always-and everywhere-been a form of experiment, of possibility. A new entry in the lauded Flash and Sudden Fiction anthologies, this collection includes 86 of the most beautiful, provocative, and moving narratives by authors from six continents, including best-selling writer Etgar Keret, Zimbabwean writer Petina Gappah, Korean screenwriter Kim Young-ha, Nobel Prize winner Czeslaw Milosz, and Argentinian "Queen of the Microstory" Ana Maria Shua, among many others. These brilliantly chosen stories challenge readers to widen their vision and celebrate both the local and the universal.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780393346077 20160618
Green Library
ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-192T-01, ENGLISH-192T-01
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169 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm
Green Library
ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-192T-01, ENGLISH-192T-01

3. Bluets [2009]

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99 p. ; 21 cm.
Green Library
ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-192T-01, ENGLISH-192T-01
Book
346 p. ; 22 cm.
Green Library
ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-192T-01, ENGLISH-192T-01
Book
201 p. ; 21 cm.
Green Library
ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-192T-01, ENGLISH-192T-01

6. A postcard memoir [2000]

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222 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
"Drawing upon his collection of quirky antique postcards, Lawrence Sutin has penned a series of brief but intense reminiscences of his "ordinary" life. In the process he creates an unrepentant, wholly unique account about learning to live with a consciousness all his own. Ranging from remembered events to inner states to full-blown fantasies, Sutin is at turns playful and somber, rhapsodic and mundane, funny and full of pathos. Here you'll find tales about science teachers and other horrors of adolescence, life in a comedy troupe, stepfathering - each illustrated with the postcard that triggered Sutin's muse - and presented in a mix so enticingly wayward as to prove that at least some of it really happened."--Jacket.
Green Library
ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-190T-03
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141 p. ; 17 cm.
Green Library
ENGLISH-190-01, ENGLISH-190-01, ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-190T-03, ENGLISH-192T-01, ENGLISH-192T-01