The Best American Short Stories 2002
Publication Date: October 2002
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Story for story, readers can’t beat The Best American Short Stories series . . . Each year it offers the opportunity to dive into the current trends and fresh voices that define the modern American short story” (Chicago Tribune). This year’s most beloved short fiction anthology is edited by the best-selling novelist Sue Miller, author of While I Was Gone, and, most recently, The World Below. The volume includes stories by Edwidge Danticat, Jill McCorkle, E. L. Doctorow, Arthur Miller, and Akhil Sharma, among others.
Sue Miller is the best-selling author of the Good Mother (made into a feature-length film in 1988), Interviewing the Abbotts (adapted into a feature-length film in 1997), Family Pictures (nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award), For Love, The Distinguished Guest, While I Was Gone (an Oprah pick), and, most recently, The World Below. She lives in Boston.