The Story Until Now

Lauren RubensteinApril 17, 20131min
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The Wall Street Journal published an enthusiastic review of “The Story Until Now,” Kit Reed’s new collection of stories. The collection “reminds us that although she has been writing award-winning fiction for some 50 years, she’s still accelerating. The scope of these 35 stories is immense, their variety unmatched,” the review states.

Reed is a resident writer in the English Department.