Margaret Atwood's Short Stories
Margaret Atwood's short stories are worlds unto themselves. Ranging from brief verse poems to short novellas, they all bear her trademark complexities of character, situations which are rarely simple, relationships which are at times healing, at times hurtful, and the emotional journeys people must make to effect either change or resolution.
Margaret Atwood Short Story Collections:
(Click on individual works for study pages)
McClelland & Stewart, S&S, 1977; Cape, 1979.
Murder in the Dark;
Coach House Press, 1983.
McClelland & Stewart, 1983; Houghton Mifflin, 1985.
McClelland & Stewart, 1991; Doubleday, 1991; Bloomsbury, 1991.
Coach House Press, 1992; Bloomsbury, 1992; Doubleday, 1994.
Good Bones and Simple Murders;
Doubleday, 1994; Wheeler, 1995.
Bloomsbury 2006; Nan A. Talese / Doubleday 2006; McClelland & Stewart 2006.
Nan A. Talese, 2006.
Additionally, Margaret Atwood's short stories have appeared
in Tamarack Review, Alphabet, Harper's, CBC Anthology, Ms.,
Saturday Night, and many other magazines.
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Margaret Atwood has gone on to become not just
a major Canadian Writer, and a woman writer (whom some would call a Feminist Writer),
but an award-winning author of English literature. Her works include novels,
short stories, poetry, etc.