Melanie Rae Thon's short stories, gathered in her collection In This Light, paint a desolate and tender picture of the West.
by Kathleen Yale,
May 15, 2011
The haunting short stories in Alyson Hagy's collection resonate with themes of loss, resignation and hope.
by Melissa Mylchreest,
May 09, 2010
In the short stories in Last Call, Colorado writer Blair
Oliver looks at the desperate suburban lives of modern-day Western
by Peter Soliunas,
Jan 21, 2008
The short stories in Marjorie Kowalski Cole's posthumous collection The City Beneath the Snow take readers deep into the subarctic melting pot of Fairbanks, Alaska.
by Michael Engelhard,
Mar 05, 2012
The short stories in Shann Ray's book take us deep into the lives of Western men.
by Kurt Caswell,
Jun 10, 2011
Reading the short stories and poems in Sherman Alexie's War Dances is like watching an intricate dance.
by Lisa Song,
Aug 15, 2010
Three new short story collections -- Nine Ten Again by Philip Condon, Where The Money Went by Kevin Canty, and Maile Meloy’s Both Ways Is The Only Way I Want It -- feature working-class men coping with damaged lives.
by Cherie Newman,
Sep 13, 2009
The short stories in Alan Heathcock's collection, Volt, bring the troubled inhabitants of a small town vividly to life.
by Tara Rae Miner,
Mar 20, 2011
In her first short story collection, From the Hilltop, Toni Jensen relies on her Metis heritage to explore American Indian life off the reservation.
by Kurt Caswell,
Oct 24, 2010
Rick Craig wins Nelson Algren Award; visitors; Bill Frank
Jr. and John Echohawk win Wallace Stegner Award;
HCN is looking for good writers
by Jodi Peterson,
Dec 11, 2006