Read Alice McDermott In "The New Yorker"


Someone by Alice McDermott is this week's story in The New Yorker magazine. Karen Bell—who heard Alice read the story at the VCCA & Salon in New York on November 2—said it was great fun to find Someone in the magazine, "I could hear Alice's voice as I was reading." 

Alice McDermott is a VCCA Fellow and Advisory Council member.

The story is here

Read The New Yorker interview with Alice McDermott here

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