This is a great collection of 15 short stories that deal with alcoholism. Even if you're not particularly interested in the subject it's still a terrific book.
This is a great collection of 15 short stories that deal with alcoholism. The list of authors is impressive (John Cheever, Joyce Carol Oates, Langston Hughes, Raymond Carver, et. and all the stories are quite good, but Susan Minot's "The Navigator" manages to stand out - it's really heartbreaking without being sentimental.
The Invisible Enemy book. The Invisible Enemy (Graywolf Short Fiction). 1555971180 (ISBN13: 9781555971182).
Graywolf Short Fiction. Short stories deal with various aspects of alcoholism, including its impact on families, the delusions of alcoholics, and the steps to recovery. Format Paperback 216 pages. Dimensions 146 x 222 x 19mm 340g. Publication date 01 Sep 1989. Publisher Graywolf Press,U. Publication City/Country MN, United States.
A useful book, one that brings the texture of lived experience-and the particular insight of fiction-to bear upon a prominent individual and social affliction. Questions? Call us! 88. 85. Reprints, Permission & Excerpting Policy.
Anthologies Contemporary Fiction Literature & Fiction Short Stories. The Invisible Enemy presents a cross section of American Writing and Writers dealing with alcoholism
Anthologies Contemporary Fiction Literature & Fiction Short Stories. More by Miriam Dow. Thread Crochet Teddy Bear Wardrobe. Miriam Dow. Thread crochet Christmas tree balls. The Invisible Enemy presents a cross section of American Writing and Writers dealing with alcoholism. A great addendum to the understanding of why one writes the way they do.
Dread crept over him like a paralysis. men with drinking problems, who do not see very well, and who are plagued by liver complaints. The structure they work in is enormous. I see myself as a monstrous, manned colossus poised high over the golf ball, a spheroid that is barely discernible 14 stories down on its tee. From above, staring through the windows of the eyes, which bulge like great bay porches, is an unsteady group (as I see them) of Japanese navymen - admirals, most of them.
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The Invisible Library (The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman. PLAYING ATARI WITH SADDAM HUSSEIN by Jennifer Roy. Historical Children War. However, such plans rarely survive first contact with the enemy - particularly when the enemy is the traitor Alberich. A nightmare figure bent on the Library's destruction, Alberich gives Irene a tainted 'join me or die' job offer.
We had to fix Alyssa before she churned up more trouble. Hubert, I said in a hurried whisper. Go to the science section. Write down titles and stuff, just to keep J. P. busy. busy e’ll meet you by the doors in twenty minutes. Alyssa trailed after me up the escalator. I don’t like this, Billie, she said, barely lowering her voice
American Short Fiction is an Austin-based, nationally distributed literary magazine.
American Short Fiction is an Austin-based, nationally distributed literary magazine. There are fewer than 200 in the world (a very collectible item, we think) with terrific stories by Andrea Barrett, Alexander Chee, Jennifer duBois, Danielle Evans, Bret Anthony Johnston, Emily Kiernan, Joyce Carol Oates, and Erin Somers. Each issue is individually wrapped for safekeeping. Help ASF support writers and the literary arts!