Zoetrope: All-Story

Zoetrope: All-Story

Zoetrope: All-Story

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Zoetrope: All-Story () is an American literary magazine that was launched in 1997 by Francis Ford Coppola. Blooming from Francis Coppola's "Crazy Idea Department," All-Story is devoted to showcasing the most promising voices in short-fiction. All-Story reflects Francis Coppola’s aim to “form a bridge to storytellers at large, encouraging them to work in the natural format of a short story.” In its short history, Zoetrope: All-Story has received every major short-fiction award, including the National Magazine Award for Fiction.


The magazine has unearthed new voices such as David Benioff, Adam Haslett, and Daniyal Mueenuddin; propelled emerging authors including Chris Adrian, Ben Fountain, Miranda July, David Means, and Karen Russell; and published such literary luminaries as Don DeLillo, David Mamet, Gabriel García Márquez, Cynthia Ozick, and Salman Rushdie.

In the uniting of the art of storytelling, each All-Story issue includes a Classic Reprint. Alongside previously unpublished fiction and one-act plays, the Classic Reprint illustrates a piece of short-fiction or drama that has been adapted to film or inspired a movie. Steven Millhauser's story "Eisenheim the Illusionist," which inspired Neil Burger's 2006 film The Illusionist, Alice Munro's story "The Bear Came Over The Mountain," which Sarah Polley adapted into the film Away From Her in 2006, and Wes Anderson's screenplay for the short film Hotel Chevalier in Winter 2007 are...
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