“I’m partial to short stories that gallop through time. They’re like novels for very busy people.”
–Malle Maloy, in a New Yorker Q&A accompanying her short story, “The Marriage Proxy.”
Great quote, but I’m just as impressed about the ways in which the New Yorker is creating supplementary online material to go with their print articles. More magazines should do that.
Maile Meloy Interview
Your story in this week’s issue, “The Proxy Marriage,” hinges on a legal technicality. Where did you find out about double-proxy weddings? And did you immediately know this would be a good hook for a…
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