Gabrielle Glancy

Gabrielle Glancy is an award-winning poet, essayist and novelist whose work has appeared in such publications as The New Yorker, The Paris Review, The American Poetry Review and many other journals and anthologies.  Winner of a New York Foundation for the Arts award in Fiction, an Albee Foundation Fellowship and a Writer’s at Work Prize, Ms. Glancy has also been a finalist for the Walt Whitman Award, Yale Younger Poets and The Colorado Prize.  Gabrielle Glancy is one of the translators of the acclaimed French writer Marguerite Duras. Ms. Glancy’s memoir I’m Already Disturbed Please Come In was chosen as one of the top books you may have missed in 2015 by The Advocate. Curve Magazine said about her novel VERA:  “ . . . a queer gem of a book . . . wonderful, literary, sexy and funny . . . by turns mystifying, hilarious, admirable and hard to put down.”  Ms. Glancy is also Founder & Director of New Vision Learning. She has helped thousands of students – all over the world – locate and get into the colleges of their dreams – the honest way — and has written two books on the subject, The Art of the College Essay and UNSTUCK:  How to Break Through Writer’s Block, Find Your Voice and Get Into the College of Your Dreams.  She has recently been featured on NPR and in USA Today.

Latest from Gabrielle Glancy

January 27, 2020

Shaking It Off (Zsa Zsa Style)

December 18, 2019

Walking on Air: Leaning into the Mystery in Writing and In Life

October 29, 2019

Happy Little Accidents

October 9, 2019

The Gift of Stuckness

August 22, 2019

The Inner Game of Writing