Joy Williams reads ‘Stuff’

The more of Joy Williams’ short fiction I hear, the more I want to read her. This one is a rather brilliant story about an of sentimental nature writing visiting his mother in a nursing home, who has become sufficiently interested in gnosticism to present him with some troubling questions about his own existence. Funny, sad, great sentences. I want nothing else ever.

http://www.newyorker.com/podcast/the-authors-voice/joy-williams-reads-stuff

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