Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Short story metaphors continued

Owen Sheers judge of National Short Story Prize says stories are a 'soil sample' of the culture. This goes very nicely with Anne Enright's cats in the Granta Book of Irish Short Stories.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Ailsa
    Here's a seasonal one:
    "Short stories are like Jesus: they enter the world with a bang; do something extraordinary early on; then move convincingly, and with purpose, to their inevitable ending."
    All my own work!
    Happy Christmas,
    Nuala x