Like most people, I started out small.
Like some people, I started young.
Gabrielle Glancy is a remarkably talented writer. Her fiction is exemplary for its Stein-like abstraction . . . the look and fragrance of grammar . . . Her poems are philosophical; they are studies in perception (and hence, in sight and blindness) . . . She is no ordinary writer. Wayne Koestenbaum, Author of Humiliation, Jackie O, The Queen’s Throat
Gabrielle Glancy is surely one of the most talented, most articulate, most in language writers I have ever known. Linsey Abrams, author, editor of The Global City Review
Glancy's an original, and she writes with a great deal of energy and verve . . . Hanya Yanigahara, author of A Little Life
Gabrielle Glancy has dazzled me with her lyrical, lucid renderings of Marguerite Duras. I have also read and admired her mysterious fictions which have a dreamlike quality all their own. But it is her poetry which does the most mischief . . . musical, subversive, visionary, lucid . . . Magda Bogin, author of Natalya’s Messenger, translator of Isabel Allende’s The House of the Spirits.
Glancy's an enormously talented writer with a wonderful voice . . . Pocket Books
A sexy, charming writer. . . Farrar, Straus & Giroux
A keen writer. Highly intelligent. We will be hearing from her in the future. Edna O'Brien, Author of The Country Girls
You’ve got talent, kid! Don’t stop writing — and don’t worry so much! Grace Paley, author of Later the Same Day, Enormous Changes at the Last Minute
Winner of a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Fiction, finalist for Yale Younger Poets, The Colorado Prize and The Walt Whitman Award, featured in The American Poetry Review, published in The New Yorker, Gabrielle Glancy is the author of I'm Already Disturbed Please Come In, which was named by The Advocate as one of the 30 best books you may have missed in 2015. She is also Founder and Director of New Vision Learning, dedicated to helping high school students get into the college of their dreams, and the author of the bestselling book, The Art of the College Essay. She is also one of the translators of the acclaimed French writer, Marguerite Duras.