Fiction Garth Greenwell

There are only a few reasons students ask to meet with me outside of school, and even fewer that they refuse to speak of beforehand, so it wasn’t quite with confusion that I waited for G. to appear in front of the McDonald’s at Slaveykov Square. By my American standards he was late, and I  [...]

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Issue 22



Winter 2015


Garth Greenwell is an Arts Fellow at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. His first novel, What Belongs to You, is forthcoming in September from Farrar, Straus & Giroux.


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