All the Keys to All the Doors (Electric Literature's Recommended Reading)

In All the Keys to All the Doors, we read the classically beautiful line, Middleford was a tablecloth of a town, but any reader lulled into believing they are in for a temperate tale awakens a few sentences later If one looks deeply at the stories in Clare s accomplished debut collection, We Show What We Have Learned, one sees the way with their strange and occas In All the Keys to All the Doors, we read the classically beautiful line, Middleford was a tablecloth of a town, but any reader lulled into believing they are in for a temperate tale awakens a few sentences later If one looks deeply at the stories in Clare s accomplished debut collection, We Show What We Have Learned, one sees the way with their strange and occasionally grotesque notes that these stories reach out to contemporary pain and questions Megan Mayhew Bergman About the Author Clare Beams is the author of the forthcoming story collection, We Show What We Have Learned Lookout Books, October 2016 Her stories appear in One Story, n 1, Ecotone, The Common, the Kenyon Review, Hayden s Ferry Review, and The Best American Nonrequired Reading, and have received special mention in The Best American Short Stories 2013 and The Pushcart Prize XXXV She is the recipient of awards from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Bread Loaf Writers Conference, and currently blogs for Ploughshares After teaching high school English for six years in Falmouth, Massachusetts, she moved with her husband and daughter to Pittsburgh, where she teaches creative writing at Saint Vincent College and the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts About the Guest Editor Megan Mayhew Bergman studied anthropology at Wake Forest University, and completed graduate degrees at Duke University MA and Bennington College MFA She has had fellowships from Breadloaf and the Millay Colony for the Arts The Fellowship of Southern Writers awarded her the Garrett Award for Fiction in April 2015 The American Library in Paris awarded her a fellowship for 2016 Scribner published her first story collection, Birds of a Lesser Paradise, in March 2012, which was a Barnes and Noble Discover pick, Indie Next selection, and one of Huffington Post s Best Books of 2012 Scribner also published Almost Famous Women, in January 2015, also an Indie Next selection, and NEIBA Bestseller She has a novel under contract and writes regular essays for Salon and Ploughshares She was raised in North Carolina and now lives on a small farm in Vermont About the Publisher Recommended Reading is the weekly fiction magazine of Electric Literature, publishing here every Wednesday morning In addition to featuring our own recommendations of original, previously unpublished fiction, we invite established authors, indie presses, and literary magazines to recommend great work from their pages, past and present Follow Recommended Reading on Medium and never miss the latest issue, or become a member for full access to the archives For other links from Electric Literature, follow us, or sign up for our eNewsletter.
All the Keys to All the Doors Electric Literature s Recommended Reading In All the Keys to All the Doors we read the classically beautiful line Middleford was a tablecloth of a town but any reader lulled into believing they are in for a temperate tale awakens a few sen

  • Title: All the Keys to All the Doors (Electric Literature's Recommended Reading)
  • Author: Clare Beams Megan Mayhew Bergman
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  • Page: 200
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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