I’m thrilled to host the acclaimed short story writer, Susan Perabo, on the blog today. “Why They Run the Way They Do” is one of my all-time favorite short story collections!
As usual, please read the story posted below before listening to our discussion.
Also please send me reading recommendations! I’m always looking for good short stories.
All the best,
Susan’s story available here:
This Is Not That Story in The Sun
Our discussion of “This Is Not That Story”:
Or on Spotify here!
And here is a rough transcript of our discussion brought to you by the dictation service at Microsoft Word:
Susan Perabo and Kelly Fordon transcript
Bio: Susan Perabo’s most recent books are The Fall of Lisa Bellow (2017) and Why They Run the Way They Do (2016), both from Simon & Schuster. Her fiction has been anthologized in Best American Short Stories, Pushcart Prize Stories, andNew Stories from the South, and her fiction and non-fiction have appeared in numerous publications, including One Story, Glimmer Train, Story, The New York Times, The Sun, and The Chronicle of Higher Education. Her work has been featured on the podcasts Modern Love and Selected Shorts. She is a professor creative writing at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA.
Why They Run the Way They Do: Stories and The Fall of Lisa Bellow are available at Bookshop and Amazon.
In Other News:
I am hoping some readers will help support this worthy cause! I love Inside Out Literary Arts in Detroit 🙂 I’m writing in support of them, and I will send anyone who donates $100 an original poem 🙂 You can even send me three words you’d like included in the poem!
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