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Glimmer Train

Glimmer Train

Winter 1997 Issue 21

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Published by Glimmer Train Press .
Written in English

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Open LibraryOL12141309M
ISBN 101880966204
ISBN 109781880966204

Buy Glimmer Train Stories, #36 by Contributing Writers: Christopher Bundy Linda Davies, Michael Byers, Rand Richards Cooper, Tristan Davies, Siobhan Dowd, online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now. : Glimmer Train Stories, #54 () by David Hicks; Lucia Nevai; Sandra Hunter; Joseph Flanagan; Andre Dubus III; Paul Rawlins; R. Clifton Spargo; George Fahey; Lex Williford; Yiyun Li; Thomas O'Malley; Miriam Novogrodsky; Askold Melnyczuk; William Pierce (interviewer) and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(4).

  I mentioned in a previous post that Glimmer Train wants stories from places other than America. Let me expand on that: they really like stories about the Middle East, especially Iran, through an American lens. We started the Fall magazine with the Arabic boy, continued with the Iranian immigrant, and now have a story about a visit to Iran. Burning Down the House by Charles Baxter, Glimmer Train’s Building Blocks book Reading like a Writer­­Francine Prose Loosing My Espanish by H. G. Carrillo, Writers Ask Issue 35 The Ministry Of Special Cases, by Nathan Englander. Also some book on Verdi I'm reading for research.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Glimmer Train Press Publisher - 7 works / 2 ebooks. Not In Library. Glimmer Train Stories Issue 18 Not In Library. Glimmer Train Stories Issue 27 Not In Library.   Glimmer Train Press, publishers of Glimmer Train magazine, wants story submissions on the theme of family (whatever that means to you) for their twice-yearly Family Matters m length: 12, words. Prizes: First prize, $ and publication; second prize, $ ($ if accepted for publication) ; third prize, $ ($ if accepted for publication).

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The magazine is represented in recent editions of the Pushcart. Glimmer Train is a terrific literary magazine run by 2 sisters. They actually give free writing advice in their e-newsletters, but I read better from a printed page, so I bought this book. flag 1 like Like see review/5.

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We wanted to read (and we read every submission ourselves) and publish memorable stories that revealed a wider and deeper view of what it means to be human.

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Strange Birds, by Joseph JohnsMichael Jackson in Gaza, by /5. Glimmer Train literary magazine is harder to get into than Harvard. InHarvard 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 into chat with me about Glimmer Train and how to get published in literary magazines, I honestly wasn.

We have a special focus on emerging writers, holding the Short Story Award for New Writers four times a year. In a recent Best American Short Stories, of the top " distinguished short stories," six appeared in Glimmer Train Stories, second only to the New Yorker.

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She co-founded Glimmer Train with her sister Linda B. Swanson-Davis, and Susan and Linda are the current editors of Glimmer. Buy Glimmer Train Stories by Linda Davies (Editor), Susan Burmeister-Brown (Editor), Jane Zwinger (Illustrator) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions.

It hit me hard when I got an email from Linda and Susan telling their contributors that after 30 years, their literary journal, Glimmer Train, would print its last issue in fall Somehow through luck, timing, the stars coming together, and what talent I had magically focusing for a story, I managed to win their first New Writers Award inand was published for the first time.

Glimmer Train was an American short story literary was published quarterly, accepting works primarily from emerging writers. Stories published in Glimmer Train have been listed in The Best American Short Stories, as well as appearing in recent editions of the Pushcart Prize, The PEN/O. Henry Prize Stories, and anthologies for New Stories from the Midwest, New Stories from the South Discipline: Literary journal.

After nearly 30 years of continuous publication, Glimmer Train has announced that they will be closing shop after this next year of publication.

Submissions are still being accepted to finish out with issue #, but after that, sisters Linda Swanson-Davies (pictured left) and Susan Burmeister-Brown (pictured right) – or as we call them, The Glimmer Train Sisters – plan to retire the Author: Denise Hill. After Three Decades, Portland Literary Journal “Glimmer Train” Has Reached the End of the Line In its year run, the magazine didn’t penetrate the wider literary scene as much as some of.

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A lover or travel and purveyor of things beautiful, this creative professional (aka Ande Fanning) produces The Glimmer Train blog and specializes in photo styling, interior st. Back in May, long running story magazine Glimmer Train announced it would be publishing its last issue in Over their three decades of work, sisters Susan and Linda were able to foster lasting, meaningful relationships with emerging writers and provided support in a way that prompted an outpouring of appreciation even before the closing was announced.

Glimmer Train tries to set the bar for treating writers with respect, and continues - after 29 years - to actively champion emerging writers. Visit to.

The Glimmer Train is the place where my affinity for people, places, style, and creativity collide in a hub of inspiration. It is also the name of my freelance business in which I help people share their stories through words and images.

I work as a photo stylist, feature writer, content producer, interior decorator, and. Susan Burmeister-Brown and Linda B. Swanson-Davies are the sisters who started Glimmer Train in with the simple goal of publishing the kind of fiction they like to read -- and with a healthy circulation of 16, their tastes are clearly shared by many.

"We especially appreciate work that is both well-written and emotionally engaging," the editors write.Glimmer Train has been discovering, publishing, and paying emerging writers since One of the most respected short-story journals in print, US based Glimmer Train is represented in recent editions of the Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses, New Stories from the Midwest, The PEN/O.

Henry Prize Stories, New Stories from the South, Best of the West, and Best American Short Stories. Glimmer Train Winter Issue Image source: 7 JUNE | KAREN KAO.

It’s been a while since I read an issue of Glimmer Train. Maybe I’ve been cross because they haven’t accepted any of my stories for publication. Yet. But now I’m sorry. I’ve been depriving myself of a wonderful treat.