Electric Literature No. 6

Electric Literature No Electric Literature s sixth anthology travels highways the waters of New York s harbors and the grooves of a burned out LP In Matt Sumell s OK a son visits his stubbornly suicidal father at his fle

  • Title: Electric Literature No. 6
  • Author: Electric Literature Nathan Englander Matt Sumell Mary Otis Marc Basch Steve Edwards
  • ISBN: 9780982498095
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • Electric Literature s sixth anthology travels highways, the waters of New York s harbors, and the grooves of a burned out LP In Matt Sumell s OK, a son visits his stubbornly suicidal father at his flea infested home.In Where We Missed Was Everywhere, by Mary Otis, a brother and sister seek refuge from a funeral in a Beach Boys classic The siblings in Marc Basch s ThElectric Literature s sixth anthology travels highways, the waters of New York s harbors, and the grooves of a burned out LP In Matt Sumell s OK, a son visits his stubbornly suicidal father at his flea infested home.In Where We Missed Was Everywhere, by Mary Otis, a brother and sister seek refuge from a funeral in a Beach Boys classic The siblings in Marc Basch s Three react to one brother s dealings with a kid bully they encounter on a back country road The subjects of a starvation experiment in Steve Edward s Daily Bread find their worlds reduced to the size of their stomachs And the anthology s final story, The Reader by Nathan Englander, chronicles a discouraged author haunted by his one remaining reader.

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    1. Electric Literature no. 6 es una recopilación de 5 historias de ficción de distintos géneros de 5 distintos autores.Electric Literature está conformado por un grupo de escritores que intenta demostrar que hay siempre hay buenas cosas que leer, sólo hay que saber buscar y en esta ocasión reúnen 5 historias que van desde un experimento donde las personas sólo pueden consumir cierta cantidad de calorías al día hasta el punto de vista de un niño y lo divertido que puede ser un funeral si [...]

    2. After absolutely loving No.5, I had high hopes going into the latest volume of Electric Literature. Perhaps too high, as no ongoing literary magazine is going to be loved by a specific reader every single time. No.6 links together five stories of quiet resignation and detached violence, and though I found the stories and characters interesting enough to keep going, they did not stay with me. They're perfectly fine, well-written stories, but their complications were not the sort of complications [...]

    3. This is the only lit journal I read cover to cover because I design it. But the fiction is top-notch. The books are 120-140 pages of mostly text and are comprised of five stories by different — usually well-known — authors. In most issues, there is also beautiful interstitial imagery unrelated to the fiction, but part of the overall mood of each volume.Definitely give it a try. Available in print and all digital formats.Some insider info: They are coming out with a box set of the first six v [...]

    4. Wow--what an impressive collection of stories! All these stories shone in their own way, but Marc Basch's story "Three" was exceptional. Before I even finished this issue, I signed up for a subscription. I'm not sure a higher compliment exists!

    5. I really enjoyed the stories by Marc Basch and Nathan Englander. Steve Edward's "Daily Bread" was exceptional.

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