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Glimmer Train Stories. Issue 20. Fall 1996.

Glimmer Train Stories. Issue 20. Fall 1996.

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Published by Glimmer Train Press Inc. .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8680444M
ISBN 101880966190
ISBN 109781880966198

Cleaver Issue #20, a wintry mix featuring a visual narrative by Emily Steinberg, ceramics by Matthew N Courtney, poetry by Tina Barr, Mag Gabbert, Kelsey Ann Kerr, Maura Way, Soleil Davíd, Matthew Schmidt, Kyra Simone, Michelle Brooks, Jennifer McBain-Stephens, Michael T. Young, Brendan Lorber, C. John Graham, Paul Siegell, Erin Slaughter, and. Corinne Demas is the award winning author of five novels, two collections of short stories, a collection of poetry, a memoir, two plays, and numerous books for children. She has published more than fifty short stories in a variety of magazines and literary journals. Her publications before are under the name Corinne Demas BlissGenre: Literary Fiction, Children's fiction, Memoir. Roxana Robinson is the author of ten books - six novels, three collections of short stories, and the biography of Georgia O’Keeffe. Four of these were chosen as New York Times Notable Books, two as New York Times Editors’ Choices. Jennifer Oh writes on Ma "I recently won the Summer Very Short Fiction Award from Glimmer Train Stories, for my short story "Seawoman." As for older news, I graduated from Columbia's MFA creative writing program in October , and I am still living in New York City, working on finishing a collection of short stories.

Jenny Zhang (born ) is an American writer, poet, and prolific essayist based in Brooklyn, New York. One focus of her work is on the Chinese American immigrant identity and experience in the United States. She has published a collection of poetry called Dear Jenny, We Are All Find and a non-fiction chapbook called Hags. From to , Zhang wrote extensively for Rookie.


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Glimmer Train has just chosen the winning stories for their April Family Matters competition. This competition is held twice a year and is open to all writers. Write Better Fiction. Plot. His story will also be published in an upcoming issue of Glimmer Train Stories, increasing his prize to $A PDF of the Top 25 winners can be found ne soon approaching for the Fiction Open: June 30Glimmer Train hosts this competition quarterly, and first place is $ plus publication in the : Newpages.Andrew Scott lives in Indianapolis and teaches at Ball State University.

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