The Broadview Anthology of Short Fiction, Second Edition

The Broadview Anthology of Short Fiction, Second Edition

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Edited by Julia Gaunce, Edited by Suzette Mayr, Edited by Don LePan, Edited by Marjorie Mather, Edited by Bryanne Miller

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  • Publisher: Broadview Press Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 487 pages
  • Dimensions: 152mm x 229mm x 18mm | 522g
  • Publication date: 25 July 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Peterborough
  • ISBN 10: 1554810760
  • ISBN 13: 9781554810765
  • Edition: 2, Annotated
  • Edition statement: 2nd annotated edition
  • Sales rank: 657,159

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Broadview's popular anthology of short fiction now includes even more fresh, diverse, and contemporary selections.

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Author information

Julia Gaunce is the author of the novel Rocket Science (Pedlar Press, 2000). Suzette Mayr is the author of four novels, the most recent of which is Monoceros (Coach House Books, 2011). She teaches creative writing at the University of Calgary. Don LePan is the founder and President of Broadview Press and the author of Animals: A Novel (Vehicule Press, 2009). Marjorie Mather and Bryanne Miller are the Publisher and Assistant English Editor, respectively, at Broadview Press.

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"The second edition of The Broadview Anthology of Short Fiction will appeal to instructors, students, and general readers alike. The stories are international in scope, with a strong Canadian component, and cover a broad temporal and generic range, from the nineteenth-century Gothic fiction of Hawthorne and Poe to the contemporary graphic fiction of Shaun Tan. While the collection is built around a solid core of canonical stories by the likes of Joyce, Perkins Gilman, Carver, Atwood, and others, the editors have made some bold and fresh selections, resulting in a diverse and distinctive anthology."--Herb Wyile, Acadia University