This year I’ve been reading mostly short stories.

The Casual Vacancy   J.K. Rowling   Novel

Victim Rights: A Ryan Dooley Mystery    Norah McClintock   YA Mystery

Homicide Related   Norah McClintock   YA  Mystery

Dooley Take The Fall   Norah McClintock   YA Mystery

Two Bad Ants   Chris Van Allsburg   Children’s

And If the Moon Could Talk   Kate Banks.  Illustrated by George Hallensleben.  Children’s

“Mr. and Mrs. Dove”   Katherine Mansfield  Short Story

“On Being Idle”   Jerome K. Jerome   Short Story

“B 24”   Sir Arthur Conan Doyle   Short Story

Henny Penny   Vivian French  Children’s

Each Kindness   Jaclyn Woodson  Children’s

Dreamer   Charles Johnson  Novel

The Lesson” from Gorilla, My Love by Toni Cade Bambara

From the book Life Notes: Personal Writings By Black Women. Edited by Patricia Bell-Scott:

“Letting Go of My Anchor,” an essay by Vicki Radden

“Looking” by Quo Vadis Gex Breaux. Short journal entry with introduction.

“On Going Home” by Deborah E. McDowell   Journal Entry/Essay

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice: Tales and Conjurations   Charles R. Johnson
A Book of Short Stories.

“Proxy”   Sarojini Sahoo  Short Story

“Mother Catherine”   Zora Neale Hurston  Short Story

“Fame”   Alice Walker  Short Story

“Menudo”   Raymond Carver  Short Story

“The Complete Stories Zora Neale Hurston   Short Story  “Bone of Contention”   Story Here

” The Wife of his Youth”   Charles W. Chesnutt   Click here to read

Nigger   Dick Gregory”

“Hired Girl”   Alice Munro  From The View From Castle Rock.
“The Ticket”     ”          ”        ”        ”        “

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. BookerTalk
    Sep 15, 2013 @ 10:59:31

    I didn’t know Alice Walker had written some short stories. Must have a look for them


    • radicalhope
      Sep 15, 2013 @ 11:43:47

      There’s a lot I didn’t know about her either. She contributed to the Florida Guidebook for the Federal Writers Project in 1939. I read about this in Go Gator and Muddy Water. I also learned about Hurston’s documentation of turpentine workers in Florida.


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