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2008 Stories by Rhena Tantisunthorn

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  • This American Life via Satellite

    published April 30, 2008

    There's just something about Ira Glass. Maybe it's his awkward, thoughtful pauses when introducing the next act on his weekly radio show. Maybe... More >>

  • Leif Enger

    published April 30, 2008

    It is the general belief that the success of most novelists' sophomore attempts is inversely proportional to the success of their first novels.... More >>

  • Keith Gessen

    published April 30, 2008

    Keith Gessen's first novel, All the Sad Young Literary Men, centers on three young men, recent college graduates, filled with the angst... More >>

  • Leif Enger

    published April 30, 2008

    It is the general belief that the success of most novelists' sophomore attempts is inversely proportional to the success of their first novels.... More >>

  • Night of Poets

    published April 16, 2008

    You were probably going to let National Poetry Month slip by with nary a recognition. Shame on you. National Poetry Month might not be comparable... More >>

  • Climate Change

    published April 16, 2008

    Quilting has long been an art form that spans both ends of the practical-whimsical spectrum. Sure, they're great for cuddling underneath on cold... More >>

  • Fireside Literary Series: Sun Yung Shin

    published February 20, 2008

    Do not let the thicket of the first few poems in Sun Yung Shin's collection Skirt Full of Black turn you off from venturing further... More >>

  • Manil Suri

    published February 20, 2008

    The narrator of Manil Suri's second novel, The Age of Shiva, is Meera, a young woman in post-independence India caught somewhere... More >>

  • Listening for Frogs in Guyana

    published February 13, 2008

    Picture a night out at the bar after a heavy rain. Having just been out for a meal, the available males are well sated. They peer over the... More >>

  • Giovanna Dell'Orto

    published February 13, 2008

    After September 11, 2001, headlines around the world read: "We are all Americans." As Giovanna Dell'Orto describes in her new book, The... More >>

  • Lynn Cox

    published February 13, 2008

    At age 17, open-water swimmer Lynne Cox found herself being followed by a baby gray whale while training for an upcoming channel crossing.... More >>

  • Fireside Literary Series: Lise Erdrich

    published February 6, 2008

    While the debate continues on whether there are four, seven, eight, or thirty-six basic story plots in the world, Lise Erdrich has narrowed it... More >>

  • Lise Erdrich

    published February 6, 2008

    While the debate continues on whether there are four, seven, eight, or thirty-six basic story plots in the world, Lise Erdrich has narrowed it... More >>

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