Glimmer Train Stories, #87

Contents What s Kept , by Paul Beauregard The Hospital , by Silas Dent Zobal Scheherazade , by Syed Ali Haider Specimen Cases , by Edwin Rozic A Man Escaped , by Kim BrooksSilenced Voices Robert Wanyonyi, by Cathal SheerinInterview with Matt Bondurant, by Lori Ann Stephens The Young Men of the Academy , by Matthew Vollmer I d Save the Children , by Michael Horton The WayContents What s Kept , by Paul Beauregard The Hospital , by Silas Dent Zobal Scheherazade , by Syed Ali Haider Specimen Cases , by Edwin Rozic A Man Escaped , by Kim BrooksSilenced Voices Robert Wanyonyi, by Cathal SheerinInterview with Matt Bondurant, by Lori Ann Stephens The Young Men of the Academy , by Matthew Vollmer I d Save the Children , by Michael Horton The Way it is Around Here , by J.A Howard Life Drawing , by Nic Brown Sister of the Bees , by Raymon Philip Asaph The Rickman Digression , by Anne Walsh MillerThe Last PagesPast Contributing Authors and ArtistsComing Soon
Glimmer Train Stories Contents What s Kept by Paul Beauregard The Hospital by Silas Dent Zobal Scheherazade by Syed Ali Haider Specimen Cases by Edwin Rozic A Man Escaped by Kim BrooksSilenced Voices Robert Wanyo

  • Title: Glimmer Train Stories, #87
  • Author: Susan Burmeister-Brown Linda B. Swanson-Davies
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback
  • Glimmer Train Press WELCOME HELLO WELCOME So many stories we ve read since we started A person might think they d begin to seem all the same, but they don t Without fail, the stories we Glimmer Train Press Writing Guidelines WRITING GUIDELINES THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW Glimmer Train will be pulling into the station for good at the end of , but we ll be accepting submissions through May , so there s still time to let us read and consider your work for publication. Glimmer Train Stories, Vi Khi Nao, Christopher Vi Khi Nao is a current MFA Brown University student living in Providence Her work has appeared in Noon, Alice Blue Review, and elimae, and is forthcoming Glimmer Train Stories, Lee Montgomery, Sarah Shun Lee Montgomery is the author of The Things Between Us, Whose World Is This , and Searching for Emily Illustrated Her short fiction and nonfiction have appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Glimmer Train, Antioch Review, Iowa Review, and Tin House. GLORY TRAIN A Play The End Time Pilgrim In the literature and music of western Christendom a wonderful theme keeps re emerging It is the magnificent vision of a future personal experience for the saints, the train to glory. This Train is Bound for Glory THE BITTER SOUTHERNER This Train Is Bound for Glory, This Train Last April, The Bitter Southerner sent writer Fletcher Moore and photographer Artem Nazarov on an adventure Ride The Train a Summer Camp Story storiesonline Erotica Sex Story This addendum to Summer Camp is fan fiction and not canon Some of the words are taken directly from Nick Scipios Summer Camp Book Four, Chapter Nine Since the Summer Camp series is Paul s story, many side stories never get told and always left open questions for me This story is one I needed to hear told Since it seemed to me to be the point at which Paul and Kendall s Singapore to Korea by Mostly Trains An EPIC Journey To Try Bet you never knew it was possible to travel from Singapore to Korea by TRAIN, did you We ve done all the research for you just follow the route and get ready for an adventure PEN Malamud Award PEN Faulkner About This Year s Winners The PEN Faulkner Foundation is pleased to announce that Amina Gautier and Joan Silber will receive the PEN Malamud Award for Excellence in the Short Story. Amina Gautier is a prolific and award winning writer of short fiction.In myriad stories that captivate readers and critics alike, she complicates and illuminates the intersection of self and place, with Salta, Argentina Train to the Clouds Telegraph Feb , Argentina Train to the Clouds Michelle Jana Chan explores Argentina s high Andes on one of South America s great rail journeys.

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    1. One of the best all-around issues that I've gotten to enjoy. While none of the stories stood out to amaze me, there were also none that disappointed.- "What's Kept", by Brad Beauregard - A literary fantasy of sorts where bits of Maine drift off piece by piece into the sea, as related to a young man as he grows up by his grandfather. Evocative writing and interesting treatment on the concepts of memory and recounting tales.- "The Hospital", by Silas Dent Zobal - Painful and sad story of death in [...]

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