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|Title||:||Glossolalia: New & Selected Stories|
|Number of Pages||:||250 Pages|
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Glossolalia: New & Selected Stories Reviews
I first became aware of David Jauss from reading his wonderful essays on the craft of fiction that appear often in The Writer’s Chronicle, the magazine of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs. Invariably, these essays are lucid and helpful. I was very pleased, then, to learn that Press 53, the publisher of my two short fiction collections, planned to publish Jauss’s new book, Glossolalia, and I was even more pleased when I was offered the chance to see an Advance Reading Copy. Having just finished reading the book, I feel honored that we share a publisher.The book includes stories that have won Pushcart Prizes and O. Henry Awards and have appeared in Best American Short Stories. Some of the stories have been published in prestigious literary magazines such as StoryQuarterly, Shenandoah, New England Review, and Prairie Schooner. And all of the stories are rewarding to read.See my full review at Perpetual Folly.
Honored to be an advance reader for David Jauss's upcoming book GLOSSOLALIA: New & Selected Stories. I loved the deeply thoughtful, meditative nature of David's stories. He is truly a master of the form and writes characters you simply cannot forget. My favorites in the collection: "Freeze," "Brothers," and "Glossolalia."
So, so good. What a book. What stories! I am now a slavering fan.
I had the privilege of reading an ARC of Dave Jauss's latest collection and absolutely loved it. He really is a master of the short form. Though all the stories are superbly crafted, the title story, "Glossolalia," was my personal favorite. Book goes on sale in September from Press 53, and is currently available for pre-order.
A wonderful collection of short stores by stellar writer David Jauss. Some new stories, some old stories, all good. Big thanks to Press53 for publishing this. I had an ARC; the collection will actually be out in September. You may pre-order from Press53.
Latest collection of short stories from David Jauss is marvelous.There are few writers with the nuance and complexity that Jauss brings to the short story form. Can't wait for the next collection.
Gold: "Tell Me Something"Silver: "Ranier"Bronze: "Constellations"