Short stories by Sharon Sheehe Stark.
Sharon Sheehe Stark is the author of the novel A Wrestling Season and a collection of short stories, The Dealers’ Yard. Her stories have been anthologized in Best American Short Stories, Pushcart Prize Stories, and the O. Henry Prize Stories. “Tunnels and Walls and Other Ways of Getting There,” one of her earliest short stories, explores the convoluted paths the psyche takes in achieving its desires. Stark lives in rural Pennsylvania.
Listing 2 stories.
After a lawyer's wife leaves him, the lawyer returns home from work to learn from his son that there is an intruder in their home.
In Johnstontown, Pennsylvania, two women, generations apart, survive devastating floods that kill their families. They meet and share their stories, but find it difficult to bond over the differences in their experiences.