Wednesday, August 1, 2012

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Today I want to share an article by Stephen King on the subject of short stories.
Click here.

What do you think? Are short stories going the way of  the dinosaur?

2 comments:

Robert S. King said...

Given the declining literacy rate and downward spiral of the American educational system, I do indeed think the short story is dying. So too are the other literary genres. Consumers want "litterture," not literature. It's part of the fast-food mentality where we don't have to wait too long or think too much. Just one unapologetic cynic's opinion . . .

Glenda C. Beall said...

Robert, I am inclined to agree with you. I like your "litterture" not literature.
Fast food, fast talk, fast life - if we could just slow everyone down a bit.
Could it be that there is so much out there, at least we are told there is so much, that we are hurrying to get it all, and don't have time to do much but nibble at samples along the way?