Dec 302015


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A. Our Perfect Summer by David Sedaris
K. The Schartz-Metterklume Method by Saki
Q. The Swim Team by Miranda July
J. When I Knew Stephen Crane by Willa Cather
10. The Trash Collector by Monica Shaughnessy
9. Beach Apples by Vera Loy
8. Home To Pebble Creek by Vanneta Chapman
7. The Mystery Of The Missing Money by Paul Mozham
6. The Frogs by Aristophanes
5. The Night We All Had The Night Grippe by Shirley Jackson
4. The Ransom Of Red Chief by O. Henry
3. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty by James Thurber
2. Hetch Hetchy Valley by John Muir

A. Slippery Fingers by Dashiell Hammett
K. Barnum In France by P.T. Barnum
Q. The Ice Palace by F. Scott Fitzgerald
J. The Swimmer by John Cheever
10. Anna’s Whim by Lousa May Alcott
9. Mother by Sherwood Anderson
8. Under the Olive Tree by Courtney Miller Santo
7. Kitchen Rhythm: A Year in a Parisian Pâtisserie by Frances Leech
6. Love, Accidentally by Sarah Pekkanen
5. Swim by Jennifer Weiner
4. An Interview with Mark Twain by Rudyard Kipling
3. I Go Adventuring by Helen Keller
2. . Old Lady Down The Hall by David Sedaris

A. The Last Summer In Mississippi by Alice Lake
K. Haircut by Ring Larder
Q. The Train by Flannery O’Connor
J. The Library of Unrequited Love by Sophie Divry
10. Passages in the Life of a Slave Woman by Annie Parker
9. The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe
8. The Strongest Lady in the World by Red Smith
7. Sunday Morning by Wallace Stevens
6. What It Means to be Colored in the Capital of the United States by Mary Church Terrell
5. The Lady on the Bookcase by James Thurber
4. The Banana Season’s Over by Jon Mallalieu
3. The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry
2. The Little Match Girl by Hans Christian Andersen

A. All Is Bright by Sarah Pekkanen
K. A Morning Walk by Kate Chopin
Q. When Man Falls, a Crowd Gathers by Stephen Crane
J. Three Poems by Paul Laurence Dunbar
10. The Little Room by Madeline Yale Wynne
9. All Parrots Speak by Paul Bowles
8. The Fall of Richmond by Sallie Brock
7. Twelve Strangers in the Night by Elizabeth M. Bisgood
6. Who? by Algis Budrys
5. Golden Baby by Alice Brown
4. Kindling by Raymond Carver
3. The Egg by Sherwood Anderson
2. How to Cure a Cold by Mark Twain

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  One Response to “Deal Me In 2016: Reading Short Stories”

  1. What a great list! I’ve read a handful of the stories and a handful more of the authors you’ve listed even if I haven’t read the specific story. I think you’re in for a great year of short stories! Reading one story a week has become a great habit for me, which I can see myself continuing ‘forever.’ If nothing else, it keeps your reading “at least something” since even on my busiest weeks I can always fit in time for a short story. Good luck with the challenge!

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