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January 3, 2022

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#Challenges The New Yorker 2022 short stories

by N@ncy

#TheNewYorkerFiction 

  1. I love this magazine …but never seem to read
  2. …the wonderful fiction it offers!
  3. What is the goal of the challenge?
  4. To read 52 short stories in 2022
  5. Published  published in 2018  The New Yorker.
  6. @NYerFiction

 

  1. Whoever is there, come on through – Colin Barett
  2. Foreign Returned – Sadia Shepard
  3. Texas – David Gates
  4. Writing Teacher – John E. Wideman
  5. The Boundary – J. Lahiri
  6. Bronze – Jeffrey Eugenides
  7. Stansville – Rachel Kushner
  8. Mrs. Crasthorpe – Willliam Trevor
  9. Seeing Ershadi – Nicole Kraus
  10. The Poltroon Husband – Joseph O’ Neill
  11. No More Maybe – Gish Jen
  12. The State – Tommy Orange
  13. The Intermediate Class – Sam Allingham

 

  1. The State of Nature – Camille Bordas
  2. How Did We Come to Know You – Keith Gessen
  3. A Flawless Silence – Yiyun Li
  4. Treatments – Robert Coover
  5. The Boarder – Isaac Bashevis Singer
  6. Without Inspection – Edwidge Danticat
  7. The Long Black Line – John L’Heureux
  8. Stay Down and Take It – Ben Marcus
  9. Silver Tiger – Lu Wang
  10. Orange World – Karen Russel
  11. Fungus – David Gilbert
  12. Omakase – Weike Wang
  13. The Luck of Kotura – Gary Shteyngart

 

  1. The First World – Joseph O’ Neill
  2. Under the Wave – Lauren Groff
  3. The Dog – J.M. Coetzee (Dec 2017)
  4. No More Than Ever – Zadie Smith – READ = just awful, so disappointed with Ms. Smith
  5. I Walk Between the Raindrops – T. Coraghessan Boyle
  6. Displaced – Richard Ford
  7. A Refugee Crisis – Callan Wink
  8. Ways and Means – Sana Krasikov
  9. The Wind Cave – Haruki Murakami
  10. Cecilia Awakened – Tessa Hadley
  11. Poor Girl – Ludmilla Petrushevskaya – READ = good, but the ending was disappointing.
  12. When We Were Happy We Had Other Names – Yiyun Li
  13. The Rise and Rise of Annie Clark – John L’Heureux

 

  1. The Coast of Leitrim – Kevin Barry
  2. Flaubert Again – Anne Carson
  3. Waugh – Bryan Washington
  4. Backpack – Tom Earley
  5. Cattle Praise Song – S. Mukasonga
  6. Show Recent Some Love – Sam Lipsyte
  7. The Frog King – Garth Greenwell – READ = erotica, story filled with kisses and “I love you”’s
  8. Snowing in Greenwich Village – John Updike
  9. Children are Bored on Sunday – Jean Stafford
  10. Chaunt – Jay Williams
  11. Time for the Eyes to Adjust – Linn Ullmann
  12. Acceptance Journey – Mary Gaitskill – READ = waste of time, pointless story.
  13. The Lazy River – Zadie Smith (Dec 2017)
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  1. Jan 4 2022

    Good luck!

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