387 Short Stories – Day 190 to Day 211

Day 190: 17th of June 2014: Pygmalion by John Updike
Day 191: 18th of June 2014: Eleven by Sandra Cisneros
Day 192: 19th of June 2014: Reunion by John Cheever
Day 193 20th of June 2014: The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas by Ursula K. Le Guin
Day 194: 21st of June 2014: American Innovations by Rivka Galchen
Day 195: 22nd of June 2014: Thunderstruck by Elizabeth McCracken
Day 196: 23rd of June 2014: A Simple Heart by Gustave Flaubert
Day 197: 24th of June 2014: Short Talks by Anne Carson
Day 198: 25th of June 2014: The Caretaker by Anthony Doerr
Day 199: 26th of June 2014: X Number of Possibilities by Joanna Scott
Day 200: 27th of June 2014: Field Events by Rick Bass
Day 201: 28th of June 2014: 1-900 by Richard Bausch
Day 202: 29th of June 2014: Off by Aimee Bender
Day 203: 30th of June 2014 The Identity Club by Richard Burgin

July 2014:

Day 204: 1st of July 2014: Baboons by Sheila Kohler
Day 205: 2nd of July 2014: Stitches by Antonya Nelson
Day 206: 3rd of July 2014: Minor Heroism by Allan Gurganus
Day 207: 4th of July 2014: Wickedness by Ron Hansen
Day 208: 5th of July 2014: Murderers by Leonard Michaels
Day 209: 6th of July 2014: Aunt Granny Lith by Chris Offutt
Day 210: 7th of July 2014: Lawns by Mona Simpson
Day 211: 8th of July 2014: Helping by Robert Stone


One thought on “387 Short Stories – Day 190 to Day 211


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