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Shirley Temple Three

Shirley Temple Three Free online fiction Mawmaw s throwing the party and her own son is three hours late Already he s missed his cousin s goshdern ceremony and the grape juice toasts and the cake cutting and now he s ab

  • Title: Shirley Temple Three
  • Author: Thomas Pierce Scott Musgrove
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 482
  • Format: ebook
  • Free online fiction Mawmaw s throwing the party, and her own son is three hours late Already he s missed his cousin s goshdern ceremony and the grape juice toasts and the cake cutting, and now he s about to miss the couple s mad dash to the car, too Read newyorker fiction feat

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    About "Thomas Pierce Scott Musgrove"

    1. Thomas Pierce Scott Musgrove

      Thomas Pierce s short stories have appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The Oxford American, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Best American Non Required Reading, and elsewhere Born and raised in South Carolina, he received his M.F.A from the University of Virginia as a Poe Faulkner Fellow Hall of Small Mammals January 2015, Riverhead is his debut collection of stories He currently lives in Charlottesville, VA with his wife and daughter.

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    1. This is not a book, per se, but a short story published in the 12/24/12 & 12/31/12 edition of The New Yorker. As of that date, the author is a Master's student at the University of Virginia who is working on a collection of stories and a novel. This particular story is a very good read--a science-fictional conceit meets everyday rural-ish life. I am eager to read more from Thomas Pierce.


    2. This will basically be my review of The New Yorker issue in which this appeared. This is a very touching story that addresses some of the questions that we sort of ignore as we strive to keep ourselves entertained. I would love to read more from this author. This story along with some poems that are decent and typical New Yorker material rounds this out to about a four star.



    3. I know I will worry about Shirley Temple Three out in the world so totally alone.I wish for a different ending or an addendum.


    4. Fun combo of science-fiction premise, folksy setting/narrator voice, and religious magical thinking. Ending fizzles.


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