Bar Stories

  • Title: Bar Stories
  • Author: Nan Byrne
  • ISBN: 9781933964096
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bar Stories Funny and sad heart breaking and hilarious this collection of short stories edited by Nan Byrne centers on tales of bars bartenders bar culture and the alcohol fueled romance of the liquid life
    Funny and sad, heart breaking and hilarious, this collection of short stories edited by Nan Byrne centers on tales of bars, bartenders, bar culture, and the alcohol fueled romance of the liquid life.

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      Published :2019-07-14T06:23:51+00:00

    About Nan Byrne

    1. Nan Byrne has worked on seven award winning documentaries and created a multitude of content including series, specials, and documentaries for the cable networks Her poems and stories have appeared widely in literary magazines including Michigan Quarterly, Seattle Review, New Orleans Review, Canadian Woman Studies, Fiction Southeast, and others She is currently at work on a novel based on a series of short stories set in New York City.


    1. I had a hard time getting into this book, not liking the first stories at all. "He was drunk at the airport bar" and 'Beauties of Drink" were not worth publishing.It was a book I received from Good read's Giveaway program and I stuck with it to give it a fair chance. The quality of the stories improved as I read on. Molly Hoekstra has talent.


    2. Fourteen fictional short stories and fourteen real reasons you should put down the bottle and back away slowly. I should warn you I’m not a drinker. Never even touched the stuff but I do love a short story. Each story has a bit of sadness that only comes from stories about bars. Some stories were humorous and some were just strange. Overall it’s not a bad group of short stories. At the back of the book is a mini biography of each author which you don’t normally get but I appreciated. I rec [...]


    3. I received this book free as a giveaway and I'm so glad I did. These stories are exquisite examples of humans doing human things. Such things as falling in love with a seal, or a girl, surviving your first drink and almost plane crashes. The collection of short stories is funny, intense and thoroughly enjoyable.


    4. I won this book on . I'm not quite sure what I was expecting when I entered to win this book, but it was a little off the wall and entertaining. If a person likes bar stories, then this is a book for them. It's a pretty fast read.


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