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Wed October 30, 2013
Michigan author publishes new collection of short stories
Short stories are in the spotlight in the literary world after Canadian writer Alice Munro recently won the 2013 Nobel Prize in literature. She's widely considered to be the "master of the short story."
The Michigan writer Donald Lystra is just out with his collection of short stories called "Something That Feels Like Truth."
Donald Lystra is an engineer who turned to writing later in life. His debut novel "Season of Water and Ice" won the Midwest Book Award and the Michigan Notable Book Award.
Donald Lystra joined us today in the studio.
Listen to the full interview above.
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