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Robert Glick: writer and professor


  • 2/5/18: “The Last Remembered Intersection” in the Los Angeles Review, out now!

    I’m so pleased that the Los Angeles Review has published “The Last Remembered Intersection” While TLRI functions as a standalone story, it really comes from the novel, which brings up really odd challenges about how to write both for a novel and for a discrete story entity. The exigencies of academia, which require regular publishing, […]

  • 7/19/17: “Failure Mechanism” in Seattle Review, out now!

    I am so, so grateful to The Seattle Review for publishing “Failure Mechanism (Voicebox)”, which clocks in at about 90 pages. The galleys looked wonderful, and the cover’s sharp; I can’t wait to get my hands on the printed copy, which should be arriving to my mailbox as we speak, and includes work from Alison […]

  • Encore: Against Simplicity as a Paradigm

    re: Matthew Zapruder’s oversimplistic championing of democratic, simple poetry, and Johannes Göransson’s smart and urgent take down: what seems to be at stake is not simply Zapruder’s incredibly reductive view of language and poetics and what constitutes a quality poem. It’s so much more. It’s not even the reduction of pleasures that we can gain […]