Sudden Fiction International: Sixty Short-Short Stories

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Robert Shapard, James Thomas
W W Norton & Company Incorporated, 1989 - Fiction - 342 pages
19 Reviews
'Sudden Fiction International is even better than its predecessor. It's a fine teaching tool, a good gift, it's Around - the - world - in - Sixty - Stories, with many surprises, new friends, old friends, almost every stop a brief wonder in itself.'--Alan Cheuse

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Review: Sudden Fiction International: 60 Short Stories

User Review  - Laura Pamplona - Goodreads

I was ask to read this book for my writing intensive class. It was love at first sight after reading the first story (not really the first one on the book) 'Happy Endings' From here on I was hooked. I ... Read full review

Review: Sudden Fiction International: 60 Short Stories

User Review  - Lucynell - Goodreads

This is a big collection, 60 stories from all over the world, so it would be really something if they got it wrong. Then again, it would be really something if they nailed every single one of them. So ... Read full review

About the author (1989)

Robert Shapard teaches literature and creative writing at the University of Hawaii, and co-edited Flash Fiction Forward .

James Thomas teaches literature and creative writing in Yellow Springs, Ohio, and co-edited Flash Fiction Forward .

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