Before Our Eyes features widely anthologized
works such as "Sarah's Choice" and "Reading the Bible Backwards."
and published locally and abroad, De Vera is the author and editor of 14 books.
River, into which they threw a mannequin in an anthologized
version of the band's music video for "Sabotage."
The richly illustrated book presents Ruby's works like Rorschach blots from which the reader is invited to contextualize meaning The Art of the Blues (University of Chicago Press) presents an archive of the genre's history and identity, as anthologized
by freelance music journalist and historian Bill Dahl.
Joe Formichella is a Hackney Literary Award winner and Pushcart Prize nominee whose work has appeared in Grassland Review, Red Bluff Review, and anthologized
in "Stories from the Blue Moon Cafe II" and "Climbing Mt.
Her work has been anthologized
in The Best New American Voices and twice named a distinguished story by Best American Short Stories (2011, 2012).
Part 1 contains the transliterations and translations of the anthologized
Synopsis: The sixteen short stories by Vic Amato and anthologized
in "Incoming" deftly explores the nature of humanity through tales that are extraordinary, inspiring and even ridiculous.
The good news about The emerald Light in the air is that it contains two masterpieces of the short story form, stories I hope are anthologized
until anthologizing ends in fire or ice.
Avila's poetry is widely anthologized
and is on school reading lists.
His frequently anthologized
stories, such as "Toba Tek Singh," detail the brutality of mid-century South Asian politics, but they also express the alienation, disembodiment, absurdity, banality, and irony endemic in the writing of his generation (e.g., Camus, Beckett, Nabokov, Ellison).
Not to mention a bevy of comic book titles anthologized
and reprinted time after time.