From USA Today: “Amy Tan’s first published fiction in six years is a 42-page story titled Rules for Virgins, which she calls ‘a long short story.’ Tan’s story, released today (Monday), is available for $2.99 from several online outlets: the Amazon Kindle Singles store, BarnesAndNoble.com, and as a Quick Read in Apple’s iBook store and the Google eBookstore. Tan, 59, who’s best known for her 1989 debut novel The Joy Luck Club, says her experimental in digital publishing was prompted by a friend, Walter Kirn, the novelist and critic, who’s Byliner’s fiction editor.”
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