Electric Literature No. 2 Audiobook | Colson Whitehead, Lydia Davis, Stephen O'Connor, Pasha Malla, Marisa Silver | Audible.com
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Electric Literature No. 2 | [Colson Whitehead, Lydia Davis, Stephen O'Connor, Pasha Malla, Marisa Silver]

Electric Literature No. 2

Electric Literature is a quarterly anthology of short fiction. The editors select stories with a strong voice that capture readers and listeners and lead them somewhere exciting, unexpected, and meaningful. In this anthology, Colson Whitehead charts the rise to fame of a truth-telling comedian. And Stephen O'Connor transports us to a cabin in the woods, where a young woman attempting to finish her dissertation in solitude becomes increasingly convinced she's not alone.
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Electric Literature is a quarterly anthology of short fiction. The editors select stories with a strong voice that capture readers and listeners and lead them somewhere exciting, unexpected, and meaningful.

In the Autumn 2009 anthology, Colson Whitehead charts the rise to fame of a truth-telling comedian. Stephen O'Connor transports us to a cabin in the woods, where a young woman attempting to finish her dissertation in solitude becomes increasingly convinced she's not alone. Pasha Malla follows a young writer as he explores how tragedy influences art - and how life falls short of it. Marisa Silver tells the tale of three sisters who perceive the truth about their parents through the eyes of some unexpected visitors. And Lydia Davis' solitary narrator acutely details the behavior of three cows who live in a pasture just across the road.

©2009 Electric Literature, LLC (P)2009 Electric Literature, LLC

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