Glimmer Train Official Site One of the most respected short story journals in print, Glimmer Train continues to actively champion emerging writers The magazine is represented in recent editions of the Pushcart Prize Best of the Small Presses, New Stories from the Midwest, the O Henry Prize Stories, New Stories from the South, Best of the West, Glimmer Train Stories, Jonathan Freiberger, David Glimmer Train Stories, Jonathan Freiberger, David Goguen, Joseph Vastano, Tracy Guzeman, Meredith Luby, Sybil Baker, interviewer, Abe Gaustad, Jennie Lin, Adva Levin, William Akin, Josh Rolnick, William Gay, Eric Wasserman, Susan Burmeister Brown, Linda B Swanson Davies, Jane Zwinger on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Literary short stories by established and emerging Glimmer Train Press Submission Manager Susan and I started Glimmer Train because we wanted to read the great short fiction being written by emerging voices, and to publish the very best in a handsome print publication that would endure When we dive into reading stories, we are prepared to be moved, surprised, and changed we are never disappointed. glimmer train stories Books Glimmer Train Stories, Mar , by Jonathan Muzzell and Alexandra Chang Paperback . Prime FREE Shipping on eligible orders Only left in stock order soon Glimmer Train Stories, Nov , by Susan Burmeister Brown and Linda Swanson Davies Paperback . How to Get Published in Literary Magazines Interview with Glimmer Train literary magazine is harder to get into than Harvard In , Harvard accepted . percent of applicants Literary magazines like Glimmer Train often have acceptance rates of under one percent So when I asked Linda Swanson Davies, who founded the journal with her sister in , to Glimmer Train glimmertrain Twitter We invite you to join us for the final year of Glimmer Train Stories and Writers Ask Subscribe now the get Glimmer Train Issues , , and , and Writers Ask Issues and Glimmer Train Glimmer Train was founded in by Linda Swanson Davies and her sister, Susan Burmeister Brown, in Portland, Oregon While the journal receives over , submissions per year, only about stories are published a rate of or of %.