McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales
Vintage Books, 2003 - Fiction - 479 pages
A Vintage Contemporaries Original
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)User Review - Marcus - Goodreads
Quick thought on each story. Jim Shepard - Tedford...: Pretty good, diction made it kind of hard to read. Glen David Gold - Tears of Squonk: Good. Funny. Dan Chaon - The Bees: Awesome. Suspenseful ... Read full review
Review: McSweeney's #10 (McSweeney's Quarterly Concern #10)User Review - Joe Sacksteder - Goodreads
Loved the stories by Chabon, Moody, and Eggers, but everyone else seemed to dial it in or to not really get the aesthetic Chabon was going for. The Eggers was the best, as it was 95% infuriating how ... Read full review