Posts Tagged: Donald Antrim

Desire Makes Storytellers of Us All: Anthropica by David Hollander

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What a fitting end to the postmodern literary experiment. Or are we just getting warmed up?


This Week in Short Fiction


It seems impossible to say that someone was quietly assembling a story collection over a decade and a half when they’ve been publishing each of the stories one by one over at a little place called The New Yorker. And yet, that appears to be exactly what Donald Antrim has done. Farrar Strauss and Giroux […]