Fiction | Poetry
of the story collections
Carry You and Suffering Fools
"masterful without being heavy-handed"
"her prose is beautiful and precise"
...expertly dealing with the intricate nature of blame, complicity, duty, and war...
The Loss of All Lost Things
What a gritty and brave world author Glori Simmons has created...
The Sasquatch Hunter's Almanac
In this book, "Love is pure science," the world stripped bare is radiant, and rebuilds itself.
Some Are Drowning
Glori Simmons is the author of the story collections, Carry You and Suffering Fools, and the book of poems, Graft.
A former Stegner Fellow at Stanford University, she has received numerous awards for her poetry and fiction and has taught throughout the Bay Area.
Glori grew up in eastern Washington and received a B.A. from the University of Washington and a M.F.A. from the University of Michigan. She has lived in Seattle, Tokyo, Ann Arbor and San Francisco.
She currently lives in Oakland, California and is the director of the Thacher Gallery at the University of San Francisco.
Glori is available for literary events, book groups, and workshops.
NEWS & EVENTS
Nick Fuller Googins reviews Carry You for the Center for Literary Publishing at Colorado State University
Suffering Fools was a finalist for the Pen America Fiction Award -- Los Angeles
Carry You reviewed in Sinkhole by Will Rincon
Carry You on NewPages Book Stand New and Notable List
Read Night Vision at The Masters Review
Carry You listed in 22 Books We're Looking Forward to This Year at The Masters Review