I am SHOCKED that Carver’s “What We Talk About…” only showed up in one anthology??! I feel like [the title] is just so pervasively influential that I truly expected to see it on the first list in 7 or so anthologies. Seriously stunned.
Would love to know how you compiled and sorted all these as I would REALLY love to see a similar project done on titles/authors/publications in the SFF world which–as I hope more LitHub readers will come to know and explore–has a really, really rich history of short fiction. What is going on at present is equally as impressive, as well.
Anway, thanks, Emily for this whole series! Hoping similar stuff happens soon.
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