Glimmer Train

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"Each quarterly issue presents about 220 pages of literary fiction—eight to twelve brand new stories by luminaries and fresh new voices making their way into print. A feast of fiction! "


Prose rejections

Standard

2010

Thank you for submitting "---". We won't be publishing this piece, but we appreciated the opportunity to read your work! Because we read so many stories, it is not possible for us to give specific feedback, but, if you're a relative beginner, you may find something of interest here: Editors' Input

2011

Thank you for submitting "——". While we won't be publishing this piece, we appreciated the opportunity to read your work! Because we read so many stories, it is not possible for us to give specific feedback, but, if you're a relative beginner, you may find something of interest here: Editors' Input

Higher Tier

2015

Thank you for submitting "_____." With just the two of us reading all stories ourselves, it is not possible to provide specific feedback, I'm afraid, but I can tell you that, while we won't be publishing this piece, it was a good read—thank you!

2017

Although "_____" didn't place this time in the "_____" contest, it was a good read. For us, it's a pleasure and an honor to read the work of emerging writers–thank you so much for letting us read your story. We look forward to reading more of your work in the future.


2017

Thank you so much for sending "____________." This July/August 2017 Fiction Open drew an extraordinary batch of stories—the competition was tough. Your story didn't place this time, but we enjoyed reading your work. Thank you for sending it!

2017

We got a wonderful batch of stories in for the May/June 2017 Short Story Award for New Writers contest, and, though it didn't place this time, [ ] was a good read–thank you so much for sending it. We look forward to more of your stories in the future.
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