Tolkien wrote, "All that is gold does not glitter..." Stein wrote, "You will write if you will write without thinking of the result in terms of a result, but think of the writing in terms of discovery..." This blog comments on literary fiction as beheld by students of writing at Susquehanna University.
For this final blog post, you get to comment on one of the stories in Best American Short Stories 2013, which is of course like a journal itself, a curated archive of individual works published in 2012. Did you find a contemporary writer to love? Hate? My only request is that your story choice not be one of the writers we have already discussed in class. Please find something to say about the craft, authorial intention, structure, or form of one of these pieces, and winks to you if you relate it to your newly considered relationship to "wandering."