Following the intermittently engaging but somewhat odd assortment of stories and poems that comprised his “War Dances” (2009), Sherman Alexie once again reasserts himself as one the most compelling contemporary practitioners of the short story. In “Blasphemy,” a collection of new and published stories, the author demonstrates his talent on nearly every page.
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