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Skip to Main Content Have library access? Log in through your library Search JSTOR Filter search by All Content In This Journal Log in Register Search Advanced Search Image Search Browse by Subject by Title by Collections by Publisher Tools Workspace Text Analyzer The JSTOR Understanding Series Data for Research About Support Log in Register Studies in the American Short Story Coverage: 2020-2021 Published by: Penn State University Press Submissions Journal Home Page Subscribe Journal Info Studies in the American Short Story Description: Studies in the American Short Story is the journal of the Society for the Study of the American Short Story. It publishes articles, notes, reviews, interviews, memoirs, and other materials related to short fiction in America. It is aimed at literary scholars, students of literature, libraries, and general serious readers. It covers all forms of American short fiction in English from its origin in the eighteenth century to the present. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, nationality, stories articles