10 Free Stories by George Saunders, Author of Tenth of December, "The Best Book You’ll Read This Year"
For writers and serious readers, George Saunders is anything but a newcomer. Saunders published his first short story with The New Yorker back in 1992, and his new stories have regularly debuted in the magazine's Fiction section ever since. Over the years, he has gained the reputation of being a "writer's writer," with authors like Tobias Wolff saying about Saunders: “He’s been one of the luminous spots of our literature for the past 20 years.” If you're not familiar with Saunders' writing, then we have you covered. The Semplica-Girl Diaries * - New Yorker, October 2012Tenth of December * - New Yorker, October 2011The Red Bow - Esquire, April 2009Puppy * - New Yorker, May 2007CommComm - New Yorker, August 2005Bohemians - New Yorker, January 2004Adams - New Yorker, August 2004Jon - New Yorker, January 2003Sea Oak - Barcelona Review, 2000A Lack of Order in the Floating Object Room - Northwest Review, 1986 Related Content Neil Gaiman’s Free Short Stories Free Philip K.
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