Lydia Davis wins 2013 Man Booker International Prize

Lydia Davis has won the 2013 Man Booker International Prize.  You can read more about her and her win here, here, and here.

If you want to read some of the very short stories that she is famous for, check out some of the following titles:

Samuel Johnson is Indignant: Stories.  King Library (2nd floor) | PS3554.A9356 S35 2001

The collected stories of Lydia Davis.  King Library (2nd floor) | PS3554.A9356 A6 2009

Varieties of Disturbance: Stories.  King Library (2nd floor) | PS3554.A9356 V37 2007

Break It Down.  King Library (2nd floor) | PS3554.A9356 B74 1996

Almost No Memory.  King Library (2nd floor) | PS3554.A9356 A79 1997

You can also read her translations of Madame Bovary or Swann's Way, or her one novel called The End of the Story

If you find you enjoy her style of short stories, you might want to check out some of these "flash fiction" titles:

Flash Fiction: Very Short Stories edited by James Thomas.  King Library (2nd floor) | PS648.S5 F58 1992

Fast Forward: A Collection of Flash Fiction edited by K. Scott Forman.  King Library (2nd floor) | PS648.S5 F38 2008

Flash Fiction Forward: 80 Very Short Stories edited by James Thomas.  King Library (2nd floor) | PS648.S5 F577 2006

Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction: Tips from Editors, Teachers, and Writers in the Field edited by Tara L. Masih.  King Library (2nd floor) | PN3373 .F53 2009