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Riverton Noir by Perry Glasser Wins the 2011 Gival Press Novel Award

Perry Glasser wins the 7th Annual Gival Press Novel Award-2011

Gival Press is pleased to announce that Perry Glasser of Haverhill, Massachussetts has won the 7th Annual Gival Press Novel Award for his novel Riverton Noir . Glasser will receive $3,000.00 and his novel will be published in 2012.

Biography: Perry Glasser is a memoirist, short story writer and novelist. He is the author of three prize-winning collections of short fiction: Dangerous Places received the 2008 G.S. Sharat Chandra Prize from BkMk Press at the University of Missouri-Kansas City; Singing on the Titanic (Urbana and Chicago: The University of Illinois Press, 1987) which was recorded by the Library of Congress for the blind; Suspicious Origins (St. Paul: New Rivers Press, 1985), which was the Winner of the Minnesota Voice Competition.

A three time winner of P.E.N. Syndicated Fiction Awards, his work has twice been read on National Public Radio\’s “The Sound of Writing.” He has been named at fellow at The Norman Mailer House, Ucross, Yaddo, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, was a scholar at Bread Loaf, and in consecutive years was named a winner of the annual Boston Fiction Festival. His memoir about his having been a single parent, “Iowa Black Dirt,” won First Prize from The Good Men Foundation; his story, “I-95, Southbound” received the Gival Press Short Story Award and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize His memoir, “Excelsior” won an award from Memoir (and). He has been a Contributing Editor of North American Review since 1994

Perry lives in Haverhill, Massachusetts and can often be found bicycling the back roads of the Merrimack River Valley. He coordinates the Professional Writing program at Salem State University.

Judge: His manuscript was read anonymously and chosen by the final judge John Domini, author of A Tomb on the Periphery among many other publications.

Finalists:

The Ruins by David Hicks of Boulder, Colorado.

No River to Cross by Michael McGuire of Jalisco, Mexico.

The Missing of Juniper Falls by Patrick Hicks of Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

The Look Thief by Elizabeth Harris of Austin, Texas.

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