Electric Literature No. 6

Electric Literature No. 6

by Matt Sumell, Mary Otis, Marc Basch, Steve Edwards
     
 
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

Overview

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 “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.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013272866
Publisher:
Electric Literature
Publication date:
10/11/2011
Series:
Electric Literature , #6
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
130
File size:
4 MB

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