Saturday, January 26, 2013
Perry Glasser is the author of five books. In 2012, he was named a Fellow of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Riverton Noir, a novel, was winner of the Gival Press Novel Award for 2011 (forthcoming in late 2012);
metamemoirs, a collection of creative nonfiction( Outpost 19, New York and SanFrancisco (forthcoming in 2013);
Dangerous Places, a short story collection, received the 2008 G.S. Sharat Chandra Prize from BkMk Press at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, recipient of the2009 National Best Books Award from USA Book News;
Singing on the Titanic (Urbana and Chicago: The University of Illinois Press, 1987), recorded by the Library of Congress for the blind.
Suspicious Origins (St. Paul: New Rivers Press, 1985), the Winner of the Minnesota Voices Competition.
Other work has appeared in numerous anthologies, including two novellas featured in Next Stop Hollywood (St. Martin’s Press, 2007).
More than 50 short stories, memoirs, and essays in a variety of journals including Utne, Northwest Review, The Antioch Review, Confrontation, Salamander, The North American Review, Hanging Loose, Flint Hills Review, Passages North, ACM, GSU Review, and Portland Review.
Freelance magazine journalism has appeared in such venues as The Chronicle of Higher Education, Poets & Writers, Phi Delta Kappan, and Dads;
Book reviews and critical essays have been featured in The New York Times Book Review and The Chicago Tribune's Sunday Review of Books.