Short Story Month 2017

Day 1 – Emma Straub’s “Some People Must Really Fall in Love”

Day 2 – Allegra Hyde’s “The Future Consequences of Present Actions”

Day 3 – Barry Lopez’ “Winter Herons”

Day 4 – Kelly Luce’s “Cram Island”

Day 5 – Manuel Gonzales’ “Pilot, Copilot, Writer”

Day 6 – Ann Beattie’s “A Vintage Thunderbird”

Day 7 – Denis Johnson’s “Work”

Day 8 – Marie-Helene Bertino’s “The Idea of Marcel”

Day 9 – Claire Vaye Watkins’ “Rondine Al Nido”

Day 10 – Jenny Zhang’s “Our Mothers Before Them”

Day 11 – Clare Beams’ “World’s End”

Day 12 – Stephanie Vaughn’s “Other Women”

Day 13 – Cyn Vargas’ “The Visit”

Day 14 – Dana Diehl’s “To Date a Time Traveler”

Day 15 – Amelia Gray’s “House Heart”

Day 16 – Rebecca Schiff’s “It Doesn’t Have to Be a Big Deal”

Day 17 – Shelly Oria’s “Victor, Changed Man”

Day 18 – Leesa Cross-Smith’s “What the Fireworks Are For”

Day 19 – Phil Klay’s “War Stories”

Day 20 – Odie Lindsey’s “Colleen”

Day 21 – Tim O’Brien’s “The Things They Carried”

Day 22 – Leyna Krow’s “End Times”

Day 23 – Patricia Engel’s “Paloma”

Day 24 – Sheryl Monks’ “Little Miss Bobcat”

Day 25 – Jennine CapΓ³ Crucet’s “Noche Buena”

Day 26* – Daisy Johnson’s “A Bruise the Size and Shape of a Door Handle” & Dalia Rosenfeld’s “The Worlds We Think We Know”

Day 27 – Roxane Gay’s “Difficult Women”

Day 28 – Ottessa Moshfegh’s “Malibu”

Day 29 – Lorrie Moore’s “Wings”

Day 30 – Karen Russell’s “The Star-Gazer’s Log of Summer-Time Crime”

Day 31 – Lauren Groff’s “Blythe”

 

*Special short story event that day @ Books Are Magic celebrating both writers’ books