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Jess Row: “The Empties”

This week’s The New Yorker story is “The Empties,” by Jess Row. Read the full post.

Hanks

Tom Hanks: “Alan Bean Plus Four”

This week’s New Yorker story is “Alan Bean Plus Four,” by, of all people, Tom Hanks. Read the full post.

Valdez Quade Ordinary Sins

Kirstin Valdez Quade: “Ordinary Sins”

This week’s story from The New Yorker is Kirsin Valdez Quade’s “Ordinary Sins.” Read the full post.

Murakami Scheherazade

Haruki Murakami: “Scheherazade”

This week’s story from The New Yorker is Haruki Murakami’s “Scheherazade,” translated from the Japanese by Ted Goossen. Read the full post.

Canty Story with Bird

Kevin Canty: “Story, With Bird”

This week’s story from The New Yorker is Kevin Canty’s “Story, With Bird.” Read the full post.

La Farge Rosendale

Paul La Farge: “Rosendale”

This week’s New Yorker story is “Rosendale,” by Paul La Farge. Read the full post.

Lodato Jack July

Victor Lodato: “Jack, July”

This week’s story from The New Yorker is Victor Lodato’s “Jack/July.” Read the full post.

McLaughlin The Dinosaurs on Other Planets

Danielle McLaughlin: “The Dinosaurs on Other Planets”

This week’s story from The New Yorker is Danielle McLaughlin’s “The Dinosaurs from Other Planets.” Read the full post.

MCguane Motherlode

Thomas McGuane: “Motherlode”

This week’s story from The New Yorker is Thomas McGuane’s “Motherlode.” Read the full post.

O'Neill The Referees

Joseph O’Neill: “The Referees”

This week’s story from The New Yorker is Joseph O’Neill’s “The Referees.” Read the full post.

Hadley One Saturday Morning

Tessa Hadley: “One Saturday Morning”

This week’s story from The New Yorker is Tessa Hadley’s “One Saturday Morning.” Betsy offers her thoughts. Read the full post.

Picasso

César Aira: “Picasso”

This week’s story from The New Yorker is César Aira’s “Picasso,” translated from the Spanish by Chris Andrews. Trevor and Betsy offer their thoughts. Read the full post.

Theroux Action

Paul Theroux: “Action”

This week’s story from The New Yorker is Paul Theroux’s “Action.” Read the full post.

Last Meal at Whole Foods

Saïd Sayrafiezadeh: “Last Meal at Whole Foods”

This week’s story from The New Yorker is Saïd Sayrafiezadeh’s “Last Meal at Whole Foods.” Betsy offers her thoughts. Read the full post.

Greg Jackson Wagner in the Desert

Greg Jackson: “Wagner in the Desert”

This week’s New Yorker fiction is a debut from Greg Jackson: “Wagner in the Desert.” Read the full post.

Apple Cake

Allegra Goodman: “Apple Cake”

This week’s New Yorker fiction is Allegra Goodman’s “Apple Cake.” Read the full post.

The Pink House

Rebecca Curtis: “The Pink House”

This week’s New Yorker fiction is Rebecca Curtis’s “The Pink House.” Read the full post.

Madame Lazarus

Maile Meloy: “Madame Lazarus”

This week’s New Yorker fiction is Maile Meloy’s “Madame Lazarus.” Meloy is a favorite, so it’s always great to get a new short story from her. Betsy shares her thoughts. Read the full post.

Ramona Ausubel You Can Find Love Now

Ramona Ausubel: “You Can Find Love Now”

This week’s New Yorker fiction is Ramona Ausubel’s “You Can Find Love Now,” one of the four selected for the summer fiction issue. Trevor shares his thoughts. Read the full post.

Haruki Murakami Yesterday

Haruki Murakami: “Yesterday”

This week’s New Yorker fiction is Haruki Murakami’s “Yesterday” (tr. from the Japanese by Philip Gabriel), one of the four selected for the summer fiction issue. Betsy offers her thoughts. Read the full post.