Glimmer Train Stories, #84

Glimmer Train Stories Stories Building Butterflies by James Smart No Kind of Music by Gregory Spatz Tuesday by Ella Mei Yon Meanness by Nellie Hermann Finis by Alexi Zentner Gas by Philip Tate Sure Gravity by

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 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, May by Burmeister, Susan and Glimmer Train Press Submission Manager Getting a piece published in Glimmer Train doesn t have a price tag The money is wonderful, but boy, the publication is a dream in itself Spencer Hyde, st place Very Short Fiction Winner, We are eager to read your stories Glimmer Train Stories NewPages Glimmer Train s Short Story Award for New Writers is offered in the months of January February, May June, and September October, and is open to any writer whose fiction has not appeared in a nationally distributed publication with a circulation greater than . Glimmer Train Stories, by Susan Burmeister Brown Glimmer Train Stories, has ratings and reviews Published May st by Glimmer Train Press, pages, Paperback Glimmer Train Stories, by Natalie Sypolt Glimmer Train seems to always please overall, and usually I feel like an issue has a good mixture of types of stories What strikes me about this issue in particular however is how I have become simply enraptured by the characters that populate those short stories I enjoyed the most. Glimmer Train Stories, Cheri Johnson, Susan Perabo Glimmer Train presents literary short stories by award winning and upcoming writers Here are some excerpts Cheri Johnson Guralnick Whenever one of those little wolves came in on the same pitch as another, the first wolf lifted or dropped its voice to make it sound as if the pack were growing all the time. Glimmer Train Leaves the Station Community of Literary Glimmer Train s legacy is one of love and gratitude, both in the care that they took in the creation of the magazine and in their dedication to their writers I could ve cried when I heard that Glimmer Train was planning its last run.

  • Title: Glimmer Train Stories, #84
  • Author: Susan Burmeister-Brown Linda B. Swanson-Davies Gregory Spatz Nellie Hermann Rebecca Podos Philip Tate
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stories Building Butterflies , by James Smart No Kind of Music , by Gregory Spatz Tuesday , by Ella Mei Yon Meanness , by Nellie Hermann Finis , by Alexi Zentner Gas , by Philip Tate Sure Gravity , by Jennifer Tomscha The Fourth , by Rebecca Podos Whiteout , by Hugh SheehyFeatures Interview with Charles Baxter, by Jeremiah ChamberlinSilenced Voices Tashi Rabten, by SaraStories Building Butterflies , by James Smart No Kind of Music , by Gregory Spatz Tuesday , by Ella Mei Yon Meanness , by Nellie Hermann Finis , by Alexi Zentner Gas , by Philip Tate Sure Gravity , by Jennifer Tomscha The Fourth , by Rebecca Podos Whiteout , by Hugh SheehyFeatures Interview with Charles Baxter, by Jeremiah ChamberlinSilenced Voices Tashi Rabten, by Sara WhyattInterview with Karen Russell, by Carmiel BanaskyThe Last PagesPast Contributing Authors and ArtistsComing Soon

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    1. G-Train always features high quality authors, and this issue has some of the best I've read in a while. I especially enjoyed Nellie Hermann's story about fragility and vulnerability in a world recognizably harsh, and Philip Tate's experimentally structured story "Gas". The issue also includes a great interview with acclaimed author of Swamplandia!, Karen Russell.

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