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Until We Have Faces - Stories - cover

Until We Have Faces - Stories

Michael Nye

Publisher: Turner

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Critically Acclaimed Author: Michael Nye’s work has been a finalist for the Katherine Anne Porter Prize in fiction and nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Additionally, the stories in this collection originally appeared in such esteemed literary journals as American Literary Review, Epoch, Kenyon Review, Notre Dame Review, and Pleiades, among others. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Story Magazine–a tri-annual print publication devoted to the complex and diverse world of narrative.
 
Universal Stories and Relatable Themes: Readers will be taken in by stories that dive into the familiar scenarios of friendship, family and marital estrangement, addiction, and the uncertainty of knowledge and truth. Nye’s consummate skill and penetrating wit are on full display in this collection.
 
Short Stories Boom: Short Story collections have seen a rise in popularity in the world of social media and technology. These individual stories keep the reader’s attention by packing the satisfaction of a novel without the time commitment.

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