Astoria to Zion

Astoria to Zion

26 Stories of Risk and Abandon From Ecotone's First Decade

Book - 2014
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In his introduction to "The Best American Short Stories 2008," Salman Rushdie called Ecotone one of a handful of journals on which "the health of the American short story depends." Now at the close of an award-winning first decade, the magazine has established itself as a preeminent venue for original short fiction from both recognized and emerging writers, with more than twenty stories from sixteen issues reprinted or noted in the "Best American, New Stories from the South, Pushcart," and "PEN/O. Henry" series.

With the publication of this anthology, Lookout Books makes a permanent home for the vital work of "Ecotone" regular contributors Steve Almond, Rick Bass, Edith Pearlman, Ron Rash, Bill Roorbach, and Brad Watson, along with rising talents Lauren Groff, Ben Stroud, and Kevin Wilson, among others. In keeping with the magazine s mission to reimagine place, the collection explores transitional zones, the spaces where we are most threatened and alive. From a ci

Publisher: Wilmington :, Lookout Books, University of North Carolina Wilmington,, 2014.
ISBN: 9780984900091
0984900098
Branch Call Number: SS ASTO
Characteristics: pages cm
Additional Contributors: Fountain, Ben
Alternative Title: Ecotone (Wilmington, N.C.)

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