Jim Shepard Featured on Selected Shorts

9 Nov


Too Late

Guest host Wyatt Cenac presents a program of stories about drastic solutions and last chances. Master fantasist Steven Millhauser imagines the world covered by a gigantic plastic sphere in “The Dome,” read by Alec Baldwin. Jim Shepard takes us to the greatest recorded natural disaster in history in “Cretan Love Song,” read by Joe Morton, and Mr. Potato Head is not your friend in Nicholson Baker’s “Subsoil,” read by Thomas Gibson.

Click here to listen.  Jim’s story can be heard during the first half hour.

2 Responses to “Jim Shepard Featured on Selected Shorts”

  1. Tracy Staedter November 12, 2013 at 6:25 AM #

    Isn’t “The Dome” written by Stephen King? Not Millhauser.

    • jimshepardfan November 20, 2013 at 11:49 AM #

      Hi Tracy,

      Thanks for commenting. Yes, I’m familiar with “The Dome” by Stephen King but this piece was indeed written by Steven Millhauser. It was originally published in the American Scholar Vol. 75, No. 4, AUTUMN 2006. Here’s a link for more info, http://theamericanscholar.org/the-dome/#.Uo0SK6W9rY0, or you can also check the Selected Shorts site.

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