Short Stories

I’d Like More, Please!

A master of metafictional writing reminiscent of the French nouveau roman writers of the Fifties and in particular Marguerite Duras, Amanda Michalopoulou invites us to view the world of one story presented through a prismatic lens of its characters in I’d Like, a collection of thirteen gritty and poignant short stories. I’d like…to know why…

Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina

Discovering the works of Argentinean writer Julio Cortazar is like walking into someone else’s dream and living there for awhile. Vivid and surreal with just enough touches of reality to keep you grounded, Cortazar is undoubtedly a master of the short story not only for his depth, but for the simple fact that he has…