Airbag Ted Sanders

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Airbag  by  Ted  Sanders

Airbag by Ted Sanders
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When I asked him what she looked like, he gave me this: You’ll know her when you see her. And when I wanted to know what the hell that meant, he just laid me one of those closed-lip grins of his, his eyes fairly fucking twinkling. You’ll know herMoreWhen I asked him what she looked like, he gave me this: You’ll know her when you see her. And when I wanted to know what the hell that meant, he just laid me one of those closed-lip grins of his, his eyes fairly fucking twinkling.

You’ll know her when you see her, he said again, all sphinxy.In her editors note, Associate Publisher at Graywolf Kate Dublinkski recounts what Stacey D’Erasmo said when she chose No Animals We Could Name for the Bakeless Prize: “Ted Sanders is a fearless, wild, tremendously sensitive writer, who seems to write not only about the three dimensions of the world we live in, but also about the fourth, the fifth, and the sixth.”Author Bio:Ted Sanders stories and essays have appeared in journals such as Georgia Review, Black Warrior Review, Cincinnati Review, Gettysburg Review, and Massachusetts Review.

His work has been featured in the the PEN/O. Henry Prize Stories, and he was the recipient of a 2012 NEA Literature Fellowship Grant. He has lived in Illinois for most of his life and now resides in Urbana with his family. He holds an MFA in fiction from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he currently teaches writing.About Recommended Reading:Great authors inspire us. But what about the stories that inspire them? Recommended Reading, the latest project from Electric Literature, publishes one story every week, each chosen by a great author or editor. In this age of distraction, we uncover writing thats worth slowing down and spending some time with.

And in doing so, we help give great writers, literary magazines, and independent presses the recognition (and readership) they deserve.About this weeks guest editor:Graywolf Press is an independent literary publisher based in Minneapolis. The press was founded in 1974, and was originally devoted to publishing fine letterpress editions of poetry.

It now publishes about thirty books each year, divided evenly among poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, with a healthy number of first and second books by exciting new writers. This year Graywolfs fiction list includes three story collections: No Animals We Could Name by Ted Sanders (July), Four New Messages by Joshua Cohen (August), and The Book of Mischief by Steve Stern (September).

Graywolf is a nonprofit organization, which means it relies on government and foundation grants, as well as contributions from individual donors, to cover about half of its annual budget. It also means that Graywolf has the freedom to take risks on books that might not be instant runaway commercial successes, but that will find their audience over time.



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