C. P. Boyko Books About Anthology

I do not think C. P. Boyko is the only show in town. Here are some other stories that I like.

"In the Thirties" by Edward Upward

"Her Bounty to the Dead" by John Crowley

"Sketch of an Accident" by Max Frisch

"The Princess, The Boeing, and The Hot Pastrami Sandwich" by Ray Smith

"The Statue" by Marcel Aymé

"The Green Road to Quephanda" by Ruth Rendell

"The Hand of God" by Gabriel Josipovici

"Leon and Bébert Aloft" by Evan S. Connell

"Singular Pleasures" by Harry Mathews

"For Rain It Hath a Friendly Sound" by Diana Athill

"The Beige Dolorosa" by Jim Harrison

"Felix Argallo and Walter Ledgett" by Max Beerbohm

"The Little Dirty Girl" by Joanna Russ

"The Foot" by Christine Brooke-Rose

"Alison Hepburn's Exploit" by John Davidson

"The Story of a Recluse" by Alasdair Gray

"The Dancing Bears" by Roy Fuller

"If the Word Was to the Wise" by Carol Emshwiller

"The Interview" by Trevor Clark

"What's the Purpose of the Bayonet?" by George Garrett

"The Captive" by Caroline Gordon

"The Marzipan Pig" by Russell Hoban

"A Bicycle Built for Two" by Nigel Dennis

"Here Be Dragons" by Alfred Chester

"Doc Marlowe" by James Thurber

"The Enduring Chill" by Flannery O'Connor

"The Heart" by V. S. Naipaul

"The Walking-Stick" by Marcel Aymé

"Travelling People" by B. S. Johnson

"Conversations in Another Room" by Gabriel Josipovici

"A Practical Novelist" by John Davidson