I Los Angeles Review of Books får novellspecialisten George Saunders en fråga:
”An underappreciated contemporary American short story that you consider every bit as teachable and destined for posterity as the ones in A Swim in a Pond in the Rain.”
Och han svarar:
”Here are several, in my humble opinion. Not sure about ‘underappreciated’ except that, for my money, all short stories are underappreciated:
‘Hot Ice’ by Stuart Dybek, ‘Dance of the Happy Shades’ by Alice Munro, ‘Don’t Erase Me’ by Carolyn Ferrell, ‘Bullet in the Brain’ by Tobias Wolff, ‘Alive’ by Ha Jin, ‘Helping’ by Robert Stone, ‘Gorilla, My Love’ by Toni Cade Bambara, ‘Roy Spivey,’ by Miranda July.”
Via Lit Hub.