This week's New Yorker story is "Ghoul," by George Saunders.
This week's New Yorker fiction is "Love Letter," by George Saunders.
George Saunders returns to The New Yorker with his new story "Elliott Spencer."
Though I haven't been enjoying Saunders' recent work, I have enjoyed him so much in the past that I'm always hopeful when I get my hands on something "new" (really, this story was originally published in January 2010 in McSweeney's 33 (the issue that was a Sunday-edition sized newspaper), though it has been revised for this publication). When I saw [...]
Trevor reviews George Saunders's The Brief and Frightening Reign of Phil. Read the full post.