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Short Fiction in Theory and Practice is an interdisciplinary journal celebrating the current resurgence in short-story writing and research. Looking at short fiction from a practice-based perspective, it explores the poetics of short-story writing, adaptation, translation and the place of the short story in global culture.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 6, Number 2, October 2016

Editorial

Free Content Editorial
pp. 137-139(3)
Author: Cox, Ailsa

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Articles

‘What we see with’: Redefining plot
pp. 141-159(19)
Author: Jauss, David

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Class wars between women in Maeve Brennan’s ‘The Anachronism’
pp. 179-189(11)
Author: Shumaker, Jeanette

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Rebooting the lyrical short story: Experimenting with viewpoint
pp. 225-237(13)
Author: Stewart, Michael

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Reviews

Reviews
pp. 239-245(7)
Authors: Ue, Tom; Fenlon, Carol; Fenlon, Carol

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Interview

‘Eyes wide open’: An interview with Kirsty Gunn
pp. 253-257(5)
Author: Billington, Sarah

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