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Blasphemy: New and Selected Stories
Most writers’ volumes of “new and selected” stories add only two or three new pieces to twenty or thirty old ones. More than half of Sherman Alexie’s Blasphemy is new, however, including a few lengthy stories. The success of Alexie’s te...
Tags: Short stories, Native Americans, Humor
Real People Don't Own Monkeys
Ever thought of using an iguana to catch a date? How about using your dog as a private detective or a parrot as a guard dog? As a veterinarian with about 20 years of experience, Dr. Veronika Kiklevich has seen all that and more. Dr. K., as she...
Hiding from Salesmen
"Talk happiness," wrote the prolific poet Ella Wheeler Wilcox about 125 years ago. "The world is sad enough / Without your woe." The former U.S. poet laureate Billy Collins has largely gone in that direction, and so has Scott Poole ('92 B.S. Psych.; ...