Joy Williams: A New Book and a Little Star Weekly Special
Today Knopf issues Joy Williams’ first book of stories in ten years, and for the occasion we have opened up all her work for Little Star as our weekly special!
“Argos,” the afterlife of Odysseus’s faithful dog, reimagined
“Mission,” nine days, or is it forever, behind bars, for desecrating the dead after a few manhattans
“Some Stories About God,” just like the lady says
And by the way, we have Denis Johnson in our digital version Little Star Weekly this week, and she reviewed his last book brilliantly for The New York Times Book Review.
She’ll be reading in Seattle at the Elliot Bay Book Company on September 19, and conversing in New York at McNally Jackson on September 22, and she was profiled last Sunday in the New York Times Magazine Section.
So enjoy a taste of Joy Williams’s inimitably metaphysical puzzlement and then go out and get yourself her book.
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