Photo source: Press Image of Alice Munro, 2013 Nobel Laureate in Literature from the official website.
Author: Derek Shapton
Excerpt: That is also a perfect description of Ms. Munro’s quietly radiant short stories — stories that have established her as one of the foremost practitioners of the form. Set largely in small-town and rural Canada and often focused on the lives of girls and women, her tales have the swoop and density of big, intimate novels, mapping the crevices of characters’ hearts with cleareyed Chekhovian empathy and wisdom.
Getting started with Alice Munro. (Bookriot, 10/10/2013)
Seattle Public Library Alice Munro search results.
Alice Munro stories in The New Yorker.
Alice Munro on Amazon's top 100 best-selling fiction and literature
14. Dear Life (Kindle)
33. Dear Life (paperback)
38. Something I Thought I Should Tell You (Kindle)
75. Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage (paperback)
89. Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage (Kindle)
95. Something I Thought I Should Tell You (paperback)