McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales

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Michael Chabon
Vintage Books, 2003 - Fiction - 479 pages
68 Reviews
A Vintage Contemporaries Original

Includes:
Jim Shepard's "Tedford and the Megalodon"

Glen David Gold's "The Tears of Squonk, and What Happened Thereafter"

Dan Chaon's "The Bees"

Kelly Link's "Catskin"

Elmore Leonard's "How Carlos Webster Changed His Name to Carl and Became a Famous Oklahoma Lawman"

Carol Emshwiller's "The General"

Neil Gaiman's "Closing Time"

Nick Hornby's "Otherwise Pandemonium"

Stephen King's "The Tale of Gray Dick"

Michael Crichton's "Blood Doesn’t Come Out"

Laurie King's "Weaving the Dark"

Chris Offutt's "Chuck’s Bucket"

Dave Eggers's "Up the Mountain Coming Down Slowly"

Michael Moorcock's "The Case of the Nazi Canary"

Aimee Bender's "The Case of the Salt and Pepper Shakers"

Harlan Ellison's "Goodbye to All That"

Karen Joy Fowler's "Private Grave 9"

Rick Moody's "The Albertine Notes"

Michael Chabon's "The Martian Agent, a Planetary Romance"

Sherman Alexie's "Ghost Dance"

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Review: McSweeney's #10 (McSweeney's Quarterly Concern #10)

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I was drawn to this book by the introduction, which promised to give more plot and more action than typical literary stories, and while it technically delivers it wasn't very engrossing, the main ... Read full review

Review: McSweeney's #10 (McSweeney's Quarterly Concern #10)

User Review  - Du - Goodreads

A good vacation read, in that it is short stories that don't take much to get into. I'm glad I got it say the library book sale, and didn't pay too much, as the book is filed with what seem like cast off stories. ho hum. Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Michael Chabon's works of fiction include The Mysteries of Pittsburgh, A Model World, Wonder Boys, and Were-wolves in Their Youth. His work has appeared in The New Yorker, Harper's, Esquire, and Playboy and in a number of anthologies, among them Prize Stories 1999: The O. Henry Awards. He lives in Berkeley, California, with his wife, Ayelet Waldman, also a novelist, and their children.

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