Short Stories may refer to:
- A plural for Short story
- Short Stories (magazine), an American pulp magazine published from 1890-1959
- Short Stories, a 1954 collection by O. E. Middleton
- Short Stories (Harry Chapin album), 1974
- Short Stories (Jon & Vangelis album), 1980
- Short Stories (Tuxedomoon album), 1982
- Short Stories (Kenny Rogers album), 1985
- Short Stories (Miyuki Nakajima album), 2000
- Short Stories (Elisabeth Andreassen album), 2005
Other articles related to "short stories, short":
... Martin's Paperbacks, 2002) NOTE This short story appears as a chapter in Acheron, Part I-Greece, 7382 BC Dragonswan, short story in the anthology Tapestry ...
... Georgios Vizyinos (1849 - 1896), author of poems, short stories, children’s literature and essays of philosophical, psychological and ethnological subject matter ... According to Costis Palamas, he is a "short story writer-poet", who "has a penchant for novel writing" and his texts, "if published in a community better prepared to receive them ... In a span of merely fifteen months (1883-1884) Vizyinos wrote and published five short novels in the magazine Hestia, thus opening the way for a new literary form and at the same time ...
... Martin's, (1983) Casefile (short stories), St ... Delacorte, (1993) Hardcase, Delacorte, (1995) Spadework (short stories), Crippen Landru, (1996) Sentinels, Carroll Graf, (1996) Illusions, Carroll Graf, (1997) Boobytrap, Carroll ...
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