“We lean closer and closer, eager to catch every last word.” said The New York Times Book Review. “Bigger, richer, funnier, and more complex than any description of them can convey,” said the San Francisco Chronicle. “Some of the funniest and saddest stories ever to cozy up together,” said the Los Angeles Times. Welcome to the short stories of Ron Carlson, where strange beach towels turn up in your living room; where the ordinary son of a family of geniuses spins a rollicking tale of happiness and disappointment; where a teenaged magician seduces the prettiest girl in his high school and the world, with devastating consequences. Long regarded as one of our finest living short story writers, Ron Carlson triumphantly returns with At the Jim Bridger, nine stories that are epic in scope and confessional in tone; stories that enfold the reader in a world of love and mystery, and make us feel better than just about anything written on the page.
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Published April 1, 2007
Literature & Fiction.