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Julia Glass

USA flag (b.1956)

Julia Glass grew up in Lincoln, MA, and graduated from Yale in 1978. She lives in Marblehead, Massachusetts with her partner, photographer Dennis Cowley, and their two children, and works as a freelance journalist and editor.

Genres: Literary Fiction
   Three Junes (2002)
   The Whole World Over (2006)
   I See You Everywhere (2008)
   The Widower's Tale (2010)
   And the Dark Sacred Night (2014)
   A House Among the Trees (2017)
   Vigil Harbor (2022)
Novellas and Short Stories
Julia Glass recommends
The Golden Season (2022)
Madeline Kay Sneed
"Madeline Sneed's debut novel is a breathtaking rise-and-cheer touchdown. It's about growing up, coming out, and standing tough for what your heart knows is true, but it's also a tender, magnanimous love letter to a place where family, faith, and football are the holy trinity and wildflowers bloom for miles under an endless blue sky. I wish I could read it for the first time all over again."
Stay Gone Days (2022)
Steve Yarbrough
"Masterful and moving, Stay Gone Days is the story of the diverging yet ultimately intertwined destinies of two sisters, told on a scale both intimate and sweeping. I followed them across continents and decades, through loves and losses, always on the edge of my seat. I finished with tears in my eyes and wonder in my heart."
School Days (2022)
Jonathan Galassi
"Nostalgia, desire, and the treachery of long-held secrets collide in this absorbing psychological mystery set amid the casual cruelties of privilege and youth. Though no one is murdered, heroes are toppled, illusions shattered, and Galassi's protagonist unearths not just a scandal but painful truths all his own. This is the kind of satisfying story whose final revelations send you rushing right back to the start."

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