Literary Outtakes ePub download
by LARRY DARK
- ISBN: 0449905144
- ISBN13: 978-0449905142
- ePub: 1343 kb | FB2: 1887 kb
- Language: English
- Category: History & Criticism
- Publisher: Ballantine Books; 1st edition (October 3, 1990)
- Pages: 344
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 692
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Larry Dark has been the director of The Story Prize-a . book award for short story collections-since its inception in 2004.
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The second book follows Veronika after she loses her brother to a dark spirit in the woods and soon meets a kind old woman who promises to teach her secrets of magic that will earn her vengeance. This book is much darker than. The third book is coming soon and involves an incubus causing sleep paralysis.
So writes Larry Dark in the introduction to this anthology of expertly crafted ghost stories by such luminaries as. .
So writes Larry Dark in the introduction to this anthology of expertly crafted ghost stories by such luminaries as Donald Barthelme, Paul Bowles, A. S. Byatt, Robertson Davies, M. F. K. Fisher, John Gardner, Nadine Gordimer, Graham Greene, Patrick McGrath, R. Narayan, Tim O'Brien, V. Pritchett, Anne Sexton, Isaac Bashevis Singer, and Fay Weldon. can be immensely satisfying to our mortal souls and their yearning for completion. 15 people found this helpful.
The book included a foreword by Harold Bloom and work from 101 authors, including Nicholson Baker, Peter Benchley, . Boyle, Annie Dillard, Allen Ginsberg, Charles Johnson, Elmore Leonard, Joyce Carol Oates, Sharon Olds, Isaac. Bashevis Singer, Amy Tan, and John Updike.
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LARRY DARK has been the director of The Story Prize since its inception in 2004. I recommend this book primarily for the few outstanding stories in it and for the acquaintance they offer with writers like Patrick O'Keeffe, Adam Johnson and Rick Bass.