Items tagged "short stories"

“The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” by James Thurber – Light Literary Lunch Club – A Short Story Discussion Group

Love literature, but don’t have much time? Bring a lunch and join us at noon on the first Wednesday of each month to discuss a short story. Light refreshments are provided. This month’s story is James Thurber’s “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.” Stop by the library to request a copy or find it online […]

“Three Days,” by Samantha Hunt – Light Literary Lunch Club – A Short Story Discussion Group

Love literature, but don’t have much time? Bring a lunch and join us at noon on the first Wednesday of each month to discuss a short story. Light refreshments are provided. This month’s story is Samantha Hunt’s “Three Days.” Stop by the library to request a copy or find it online here!

“Mrs. Sorenson and the Sasquatch,” by Kelly Barnhill – Light Literary Lunch Club – A Short Story Discussion Group

Love literature, but don’t have much time? Bring a lunch and join us at noon on the first Wednesday of each month to discuss a short story. Light refreshments are provided. This month’s story is Kelly Barnhill’s “Mrs. Sorenson and the Sasquatch.” Stop by the library to request a copy or find it online here!

“Waugh,” by Bryan Washington – Light Literary Lunch Club – A Short Story Discussion Group

Love literature, but don’t have much time? Bring a lunch and join us at noon on the first Wednesday of each month to discuss a short story. Light refreshments are provided. This month’s story is Bryan Washington’s “Waugh.” Stop by the library to request a copy or find it online here!

“Period, Ellipsis, Full Stop,” by Polly Rosenwaike – Light Literary Lunch Club – A Short Story Discussion Group

Love literature, but don’t have much time? Bring a lunch and join us at noon on the first Wednesday of each month to discuss a short story. Light refreshments are provided. This month’s story is Polly Rosenwaike’s “Period, Ellipsis, Full Stop.” Stop by the library to request a copy or find it online here!

“Hex Keys,” by George Singleton – Light Literary Lunch Club – A Short Story Discussion Group

Love literature, but don’t have much time? Bring a lunch and join us at noon on the first Wednesday of each month to discuss a short story. Light refreshments are provided. This month’s story is George Singleton’s “Hex Keys.” Stop by the library to request a copy or find it online here!

“Atlantic City,” by Kevin Barry – Light Literary Lunch Club – A Short Story Discussion Group

Love literature, but don’t have much time? Bring a lunch and join us at noon on the first Wednesday of each month to discuss a short story. Light refreshments are provided. This month’s story is Kevin Barry’s “Atlantic City.” Stop by the library to request a copy or find it online here!

Short and Sweet: Watch With Me and six other stories

Wendell Berry’s collection of thematic short stories, Watch With Me DB 41335 follows the delightful life of one family in the early 1900’s in Port William, Kentucky: the gregarious farmer ‘Tol Proudfood and his wife, the no-nonsense schoolteacher Miss Minnie. Their quirks and peculiarities endear you to their characters, and the stories in the collection span over […]