I spent a lot of time today with The Paris Review. You don't need me to tell you they publish quality stuff. There seems to be a trend in high-end, fancy literary fiction; more so than general 'post-modern' make what you will of future events, stories today just seem to end abruptly.
I'm not saying I need definitive closure, but bring me to a point where I can see an end or multiple plausible endings. In the three stories I read today (some are printed on line, in full and for free; the rest are so good you should go to your library and read them) all of them felt like they finished well before the halfway point.
Perhaps this is more a reflection on me as a reader, that said I'm a reader. I am the author's and editor's endgame.
So when you write a story and it's fabulous and you develop themes and characters with great cunning and subtly, remember me: I can appreciate the aforementioned things, but I'd like an ending please.