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'Christine Genovese finds the uneasiness of Patrick White’s last three stories: ‘To me he’s one of the world’s great writers of magic realism with a touch of mysticism. His writing style is trenchant and studded with surprises…’

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    y separately published work icon Thresholds West Sussex : University of Chichester , 2009-2018 17157304 2009 website essay short story interview

    Thresholds: 'home of the international short story forum' is based at University of Chichester, in West Sussex, England. Operating from 2009 to October 2018, it aimed to 'provide a creative and supportive space for anyone interested in the Short Story form – from Creative Writing and Literature students, to editors, lecturers, writers and readers of short fiction.'

    'Although the short story was a popular feature of many magazines for most of the last century, in more recent years the form has too often been overlooked and undervalued, considered by many to be little more than the means by which aspiring novelists hone their craft.  At THRESHOLDS, however, we have no doubt that the short story is a vital literary form in its own right, deserving of serious critical attention and acclaim.'

    Source: Thresholds website.

    West Sussex : University of Chichester , 2009-2018
    Note: Published 3 July 2017.
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