March 2017 favorites


March 2017

The March stories ordered solely on my personal tastes.

  1. ‘Ibn-Hakam al-Bokhari, Murdered In His Labyrinth’ by Jorge Luis Borges
  2. ‘How To Tell Stories To Children’ by Miranda July
  3. ‘Action Will Be Taken’ by Heinrich Boll
  4. ‘The Two Kings And The Two Labyrinths’ by Jorge Luis Borges
  5. ‘The Aleph’ by Jorge Luis Borges
  6. ‘A Late Encounter With The Enemy’ by Flannery O’Connor
  7. ‘The Paperhanger’ by William Gay
  8. ‘Where The Door Is Always Open And The Welcome Mat Is Out’ by Patricia Highsmith
  9. ‘How To Talk To Girls At Parties’ by Neil Gaiman
  10. ‘A Subject Of Childhood’ by Grace Paley
  11. ‘Revenge Of The Lawn’ by Richard Brautigan
  12. ‘The Man On The Threshold’ by Jorge Luis Borges
  13. ‘The Wait’ by Jorge Luis Borges
  14. ‘Good People’ by David Foster Wallace
  15. ‘Regret’ by Kate Chopin

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