Monday, December 18, 2017

Book Your Stocking with Michael Martone

Book Your Stocking: December 18

Welcome to a new week in December, and with that, a new featured reader who, like many instructors the world over, is spending his holidays reading in preparation for the next gatherings of students.

Please welcome Michael Martone.


Reading List 

These are the books I am reading over break for my class on the Prose Poem and Short Short Prose in the New Year.

Holy Land, Waldie

Bluets, Nelson

The Jokes, Thomas

Don't Let Me Be Lonely, Rankin

Heating and Cooling, Fennelly

Stories in the Worst Way, Lutz

Tsim Tsum, Orah

Short Talks, Carson

Break It Down, Davis

The World Doesn't End, Simic

The Man Who Stands in Line, Halpern

Short, edited by Zeigler


Michael Martone
About today's reader: Michael Martone grew up in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and is the writer and editor of many books, from fiction to non-fiction, most recently Four for a Quarter, Michael Martone, and Double-Wide. He's a professor of Creative Writing at University of Alabama.


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