Discussion Notes: Chaunt
This week’s story: Chaunt by Joy Williams
Next week’s story: Omakase by Weike Wang
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This week Gerald, Andy and Anais discuss “Chaunt” by Joy Williams, an eccentric story about grief, extinctions of various kinds, religion, and despair. Despite the heavy theme, the story is funny, hitting the gallows humor right on every note. We loved this story, giving it perfect marks across the board, and highly recommend you read the story too.
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