Prize Stories 1994: The O. Henry Awards

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William Miller Abrahams
Doubleday, 1994 - Fiction - 382 pages
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Widely regarded as the nation s most prestigious awards for short fiction. The Atlantic Monthly
The O. Henry Prize Stories 1994 gathers 21 of the best short stories of the year, selected from thousands published in literary magazines.
Stories include:
Alison Baker Better Be Ready Bout Half Past Eight (first prize)
John Rolfe Gardiner The Voyage Out (second prize)
Lorrie Moore Terrific Mother (third prize)
Stuart Dybek We Didn t
Marlin Barton Jeremiah s Road
Kelly Cherry Not the Phil Donahue Show
Elizabeth Cox The Third of July
Terry Bain Games
Amy Bloom Semper Fidelis
Michael Fox Rise and Shine
David McLean Marine Corps Issue
Elizabeth Graver The Boy Who Fell Forty Feet
Susan Starr Richards The Hanging in the Foaling Barn
Janice Eidus Pandora s Box
Judith Ortiz Cofer Nada
Mary Tannen Elaine s House
Dennis Trudell Gook
Helen Fremont Where She Was
Elizabeth Oness The Oracle
Katherine L. Hester Labor
Thomas E. Kennedy Landing Zone X-Ray

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This 75th volume in the O. Henry Memorial Award series has something for all fiction readers--or all short story readers, at least. Authors range from the expected veterans of the genre (Alice Adams's ... Read full review

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Good anthologies often lack variety, and diverse ones often lack quality. But this collection is both meritorious and diverse. The work ranges from plainly written stories brimming with resonant ... Read full review


John Rolfe Gardiner The Voyage Out
Lorrie Moore Terrific Mother
Stuart Dybek We Didnt

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