Author Archives: Gloria Harrison

About Gloria Harrison

GLORIA HARRISON is a writer whose work has been featured on The Nervous Breakdown, Fictionaut, and This American Life. Gloria was the lead editor for The "Portland Red Guide: Sites & Stories of Our Radical Past" by Michael Munk, which was published through Ooligan Press in 2007. She was also a contributing editor to Pete Anthony's book, "Immaculate," for which she received a high five and a ten dollar gift card to Stumptown Coffee. Gloria graduated from Portland State University with her B.A. in English in 2006 and now focuses on her own writing. She had a work of flash fiction published in "The Bear Deluxe Magazine" (No. 26). You can follow her on Twitter here: Gloria lives in Portland, Oregon with her school-age twin boys. She is currently working on both a memoir and her first novel. You can contact Gloria via her Facebook page.

Power Trio: Three Songs, One Name

Gloria Harrison relates the exquisite agony of sharing a first name with not one, but three iconic songs. Continue reading

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