Jean Stafford: “Children Are Bored on Sunday”

This week The New Yorker published two stories from their archive as part of their "Holliday Reading" issue. Here we have Jean Stafford's "Children Are Bored on Sunday," which was originally published in the February 21, 1948 issue of the magazine.

By |2018-11-26T14:12:59+00:00November 26th, 2018|Categories: Jean Stafford, New Yorker Fiction|Tags: , |1 Comment

John Updike: “Snowing in Greenwich Village”

This week The New Yorker published two stories from their archive as part of their "Holliday Reading" issue. Here we have John Updike's "Snowing in Greenwich Village," which was originally published in the January 21, 1956 issue of the magazine.

By |2018-11-26T14:13:27+00:00November 26th, 2018|Categories: John Updike, New Yorker Fiction|Tags: , |4 Comments

William Maxwell: “Two Old Tales About Men and Women”

Trevor looks at William Maxwell's "Two Old Tales About Men and Women," originally published in the June 21, 1958 issue of The New Yorker. Read the full post.

By |2016-06-09T17:00:02+00:00May 1st, 2010|Categories: New Yorker Fiction, William Maxwell|Tags: |4 Comments

The Clock at the Biltmore — J. F. Powers: “Death of a Favorite”

Trevor looks at J.F. Powers' story "Death of a Favorite," from the July 1, 1950 issue of The New Yorker. Read the full post.

By |2016-06-09T12:15:29+00:00March 20th, 2010|Categories: J.F. Powers, New Yorker Fiction|Tags: |6 Comments