The acclaimed poet's first collection of short stories illuminates worlds of the unfortunate and lives of the marginalized. "These fluid stories resonate with both internal and external dialogues in a variety of voices." Publishers Weekly
"Frym deserves admiration from all discriminating fiction readers." Booklist
|Publisher:||Coffee House Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Gloria Frym (born 1947) is an American poet, fiction writer, and essayist. Born on February 28, 1947 in Brooklyn, NY, she grew up in Los Angeles, CA. She earned her MA and BA degrees at the University of New Mexico, where she studied with the poet Robert Creeley. In the 1980s, Frym taught poetry writing to inmates at the San Francisco County Jails. From 1987 to 2002, she was Core Faculty in the Poetics Program (originally for the poet Robert Duncan) at New College of California. She is Associate Professor in the MFA and BA Writing and Literature programs at California College of the Arts in the Bay Area. Her honors include an American Book Award, a Fund for Poetry Award, and a Creative Work Fund Grant.