This collection is mostly from the 1970's and occasionally something feels dated, but only occasionally. While there are a few I failed to connect to at all, there are also several that I loved. I'm only going to take the time to write about the latter.
The Savage Mouth - A creepy and strong opening story for any foodie to enjoy.
I'll Get Rid of Your Discontent - A variation on a familiar tale that left me wanting to read more from the author.
Where do the Birds Fly Now? - This starts with the note, "The reader is encouraged to rearrange sections A through L as he or she sees fit." I am boring and decided that if any order is valid, so is the order they are already in.
Standing Woman - The sense of resignation present in several of the stories in this collection is probably best explored here. And I kind of want a dog pillar.
Cardboard Box - This is short and simple and probably appeals to me because of how well it intersects a nightmare I had years ago.
The Legend of the Paper Spaceship - This is so my kind of weird.