Short Fiction in Theory and Practice 10.2: Short Fiction as Humble Fiction

Short Fiction in Theory and Practice  10.2 special issue on Short Fiction as Humble Fiction, guest-edited by Christine Reynier, following the ENSFR conference at Montpellier in October 2019  is now available from Intellect Press.  It also includes an interview with Sarah Hall, book reviews by Corinne Bigot and an interview with film-maker Eric Steel on his adaption of  David Bezmozgis’ ‘Minyan’ .

ARTICLES

 Editorial :’The power of short fiction as a humble genre’

CHRISTINE REYNIER

 ‘Humbling the human: Posthuman explorations in contemporary short fiction’

ELKE D’HOKER

‘The singular effect of brevity: Why Katherine Mansfield’s “The Fly” could not have been a novel’

LISA FEKLISTOVA

‘Regionalist short fiction as humble fiction’

ALDA CORREIA

‘Tourism, tourists, humility and the humble in E. M. Forster’s “The Story of the Siren” (1920)’

EMMANUEL VERNADAKIS

‘Humility and the humble: A reading of the Nepali short stories of Maheshbikram Shah’

KRITIKA CHETTRI

‘”The extremely private literary giant”: Alice Munro’s poetics of humility’

AILSA COX

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