Sherwood Anderson, “The New Englander”
Sherwood Anderson, “Hands”
Sarah Pinsker: Octavia Butler, Woody Guthrie, and other classics that inspired my debut
Sherwood Anderson, “Loneliness”
Sherwood Anderson, “Unlighted Lamps”
Charles Baxter on the “moments in any Sherwood Anderson story that you just can’t forget”
Siri Hustvedt, Deborah Eisenberg, and other contemporary writers read ten stories by Sherwood Anderson
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