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THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW: A Collection of Stories.
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THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW: A Collection of Stories.

By Homes, A. M.

New York:: Harper Collins,, (2002). Very near fine in a like dustjacket.. Later printing. Includes eleven short stories - cover praise from Michael Cunningham, Robert Stone and others. 241 pp.

$17.50

STAY UP WITH ME: Stories.
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STAY UP WITH ME: Stories.

By Barbash, Tom.

New York:: Harper Collins,, (2013). Fine in a fine dust jacket (as new.). First printing. His first collection of short stories, about the myriad ways in which we try to connect with one another. 209 pp.

$21.50

HEAVY WATER and Other Stories.
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HEAVY WATER and Other Stories.

By Amis, Martin.

London:: Jonathan Cape,, (1998). Fine in fine dust jacket.. First printing. Collection of nine satirical short stories originally published between 1979 and 1997. 231 pp.

$21.00

THE ASSASSINATION OF MARGARET THATCHER: Stories.
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THE ASSASSINATION OF MARGARET THATCHER: Stories.

By Mantel, Hillary.

New York:: Henry Holt,, (2014). Fine in fine dust jacket.. First US printing. A collection of ten short stories by this two time Booker award winning writer. 242 pp.

$25.00

MAIDEN WORLDS UNCONQUERED: Eleven Fiction Tales of Love Through the Ages.
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MAIDEN WORLDS UNCONQUERED: Eleven Fiction Tales of Love Through the Ages.

By von Reuter, Florizel.

Waukeeshka, Wisconsin:: Cultural Press,, (1967). Fine in near fine dust jacket (price clipped). First printing. Includes eleven love stories linked together by a quotation from Shakespeare, and set in ancient Greece, Judea, and in more modern Europe. Introduction by William Miller and twelve illustrations. 399 pp.

$29.50

THE ASSASSINATION OF MARGARET THATCHER: Stories.
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THE ASSASSINATION OF MARGARET THATCHER: Stories.

By Mantel, Hillary.

New York:: Henry Holt,, (2014). Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.. Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. ) A collection of ten short stories by this two time Booker award winning writer. 201 pp. An uncommon advance issue.

$29.50

DANGEROUS LAUGHTER: Thirteen Stories.
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DANGEROUS LAUGHTER: Thirteen Stories.

By Millhauser, Steven.

New York:: Alfred A. Knopf,, 2008.. Very near fine in a like dustjacket (remainder dot). 3rd printing. A collection of short stories by this Pulitzer prize winning author. 244 pp.

$17.50

THE VIEW FROM CASTLE ROCK: Stories.
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THE VIEW FROM CASTLE ROCK: Stories.

By Munro, Alice.

New York:: Alfred A. Knopf,, 2006.. Near fine in near fine dust jacket.. First US printing. A very personal collection of stories by this award-winning writer. Includes a brief foreword by Munro. x, 349 pp.

$20.00

HAD A GOOD TIME: Stories from American Postcards.
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HAD A GOOD TIME: Stories from American Postcards.

By Butler, Robert Olen.

New York:: Grove Press,, (2004). Fine in fine dust jacket (appears unread.). First printing. A collection of fifteen short stories, each inspired by the comments written on the back of postcards (the actual postcard is pictured at the beginning of each story.) 367 pp.

$19.50

SELECTED SHORT STORIES OF WILLIAM FAULKNER.
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SELECTED SHORT STORIES OF WILLIAM FAULKNER.

By Faulkner, William.

New York:: Modern Library,, (1962). Near fine in near fine dust jacket (short closed tear to back cover of dj, original price of $2.45 still present). Early printing. Includes 13 short stories originally published between 1930 and 1955, including Barn Burning, Two Soldiers and A Rose For Emily. Modern Library 324. 306 pp plus 8 pp ads.

$19.50

WHO WROTE THE BOOK OF LOVE?
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WHO WROTE THE BOOK OF LOVE?

By Farber, Thomas

New York:: Norton,, (1977). Fine in fine dust jacket.. First printing. An early collection of short stories by Farber -" the common theme is the search for new rules to live by, now that the old ones no longer seem to apply." 127 pp.

$27.50

JIGS AND REELS.
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JIGS AND REELS.

By Harris, Joanne.

London:: Doubleday,, (2004). Fine in fine dust jacket.. First printing. The first collection of short stories by the author of "Chocolat." The characters in these 22 stories include "Suburban witches, defiant old ladies, ageing monsters, suicidal Lottery winners, wolf men, dolphin women and middle-aged manufacturers of erotic leatherwear." SIGNED on the title page. Small format. 271 pp.

$35.00

SKINNED ALIVE.
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SKINNED ALIVE.

By White, Edmund.

New York:: Alfred A. Knopf,, 1995.. Fine in fine dust jacket.. First printing. A collection of eight short stories, many of them autobiographical, set across the United States and Europe. SIGNED on the title page. 254 pp.

$40.00

GALLATIN CANYON: Stories.
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GALLATIN CANYON: Stories.

By McGuane, Thomas.

New York:: Alfred A. Knopf,, 2006.. Fine in fine dust jacket.. First printing. A collection of ten short stories, many set in McGuane's "Big Sky" country, but others in Massachusetts, Key West, and Lake Michigan. 220 pp.

$20.00

GANADO RED: A Novella and Short Stories.
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GANADO RED: A Novella and Short Stories.

By Lowell, Susan.

Minneapolis:: Milkweed Editions,, (1991). Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.. 3rd printing, a trade paperback. Includes the title novella and eight stories, most set in the Southwest. Winner of the first Milkweed National Fiction Prize. Foreword by Philip Lopate. 149 pp.

$14.50

ASTRONAUTS and Other Stories.
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ASTRONAUTS and Other Stories.

By Iribarne, Matthew.

New York:: Simon & Schuster,, (2001). Very near fine in a like dustjacket.. First printing. Award-winning author's second collection of short stories - but the first to be published in hardcover by a major publisher. These stories, mostly set on the West Coast, are about people "trying to make sense of the world that has fallen out beneath them." 318 pp.

$21.50

BARK: Stories.
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BARK: Stories.

By Moore, Lorrie.

New York:: Alfred A. Knopf,, 2014.. Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.. Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. ) A collection of eight short stories. 160 pp.

$21.50

THE ROSE GARDEN: Short Stories.
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THE ROSE GARDEN: Short Stories.

By Brennan, Maeve (1916-1993).

Washington, D.C.:: Counterpoint,, (2000). Near fine in illustrated wrappers (a bit of rubbing to the covers).. Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. ) Posthumous collection of 20 short stories by this Irish-born author, 19 originally published in The New Yorker in the 1950s and 1960s, and set in both her native Dublin and her adopted home of Manhattan. Includes 6 stories which had not previously been collected. 312 pp.

$20.00

LOST FACE.
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LOST FACE.

By London, Jack.

New York:: Macmillan,, 1910. Very good in a contemporary or early half leather binding - blue cloth with tan leather, gilt titling on the spine and tooling to the edges of the leather,blue marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. (other Jack London first editions in matching binding available). A sturdy and attractive copy. . First printing. A collection of seven short stories, most set in the far North. In addition to the title story, this includes Trust, To Build a Fire (the story of a man and his dog fighting for survival during a bitterly cold Arctic trek), That Spot, Flush of Gold, The Passing of Marcus O'Brien and The Wit of Porportuk. Illustrated with a frontispiece and 5 inserted glossy plates. 240 pp plus 4 pp publisher's ads.

$65.00

A PAUSE IN THE DESERT: and Other Stories.
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A PAUSE IN THE DESERT: and Other Stories.

By Farge, Oliver La.

Boston:: Houghton Mifflin,, 1957.. Very good in very good dust jacket.(some edgewear and short closed tears to dj, original price of $3.50 still present on flap). First printing. A rather uncommon collection of short stories by this Pulitzer Prize winning writer and noted anthrolopolist. He "covers many aspects of everyday life in these sixteen stories, which range from an old man facing death alone in the Mexican bush to some boys facing the responsibilities of life at St. Peter's school; from the science fiction world of computing machines to the world of gourmets; and from the violent death of a man off the Rhode Island coast to the quiet death of a marriage in New Mexico." 235 pp.

$40.00

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