From Our Soundbooth | May 05, 2016

May is National Short Story Month, and here at The Missouri Review, we love our short stories.  That’s why we are thrilled to bring you a series of podcasts featuring our very own interns as they discuss their favorite short stories of all time.  You can find more about National Short Story Month here, and be sure to check back next Thursday to hear the next installment in the series!

Michelle Lancaster and Teresa Milbrodt kick off National Short Story Month with an excellent discussion of Alice Munro’s Voices.  Sit back and listen as Michelle and Teresa talk form, character, and plotting in this work of such a revolutionary short story writer.

Please excuse the quality of the audio, our staff had slight technical problems, but listen anyway–you won’t be disappointed.  We promise!

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