O. Henry Awards prize stories, 2002

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Anchor Books, Aug 27, 2002 - Fiction - 496 pages
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Established early in the last century as a memorial to the great American short story master O. Henry, throughout its history this annual collection has consistently offered a remarkable sampling of contemporary short stories. Each year, stories are chosen from large and small literary magazines, and a panel of distinguished writers is enlisted to make the final selection. The result is a superb collection of inventive, full-bodied stories representing the very best in American and Canadian fiction.

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Review: The O. Henry Prize Stories 2002 (Pen / O. Henry Prize Stories)

User Review  - Karen Hart - Goodreads

Awesome reading! This collection is highly entertaining and beautifully inspiring. Read full review

Review: The O. Henry Prize Stories 2002 (Pen / O. Henry Prize Stories)

User Review  - Roxanne Russell - Goodreads

This collection of short stories was really enjoyable. My grandfather's favorite author was O'Henry, so that was one of the reasons I bought it. I remember liking the bookstore guy who sold it to me ... Read full review

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Larry Dark lives in Montclair, New Jersey. Dave Eggers is the editor of McSweeney’s and author of A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius. He lives in northern California. Joyce Carol Oates is the author of several books, including novels, short story collections, drama, and nonfiction. She lives in Princeton, New Jersey. Colson Whitehead’s most recent novel is John Henry Days. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.