Winging it: Poetry, Creative Writing, and Random Resources
April 25, 2009 § 2 Comments
It’s been a long time since I’ve read a short story as evocative and moving as Chris Adrian’s A Tiny Feast, published in The New Yorker.
Highly recommended. I’ll be looking for his other work – wish I’d known about it long ago.
Tagged: Chris Adrian, Creative Writing, New Yorker, Writing
Thank you and wow. An amazing story that has so much, so much to teach us. I will be sending this story out to the many palliative care I know.
Yes, isn’t it rich? I’m so glad you can use it. I’ve ordered his book of short stories.
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