Timothy Gager


Location Dedham, Ma
Occupation Social Worker
Website http://www.timothygager.com
IM (Yahoo) ctgager37

Books by Timothy Gager
  • by Timothy Gager
    Zumaya Publications, LLC, 2004-03.

  • by Adam Emerson Pachter, Steve Almond, Timothy Gager, Cecilia ...
    Rounder Books, 2007.

  • by Timothy Gager
    Cervena Barva Press Publishing, 2009.

  • by Timothy Gager
    Ibbetson Street Press, 2013.

  • by Timothy Gager
    Big Table Publishing Company, 2014.
  • About Me

    Timothy Gager is the author of eleven books of short fiction and poetry. His latest, The Thursday Appointments of Bill Sloan, (Big Table Publishing) is his first novel. He hosts the successful Dire Literary Series in Cambridge, Massachusetts for over thirteen years and is the co-founder of Somerville News Writers Festival. His work appears in over 300 journals, of which nine have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His work has been read on National Public Radio.

    Why do you write?

    I love the production of work. I love that there is always room for improvement.

    Timothy Gager's Wall

    Nathaniel Tower – Jan 08, 2013

    Timothy, I couldn't have written my ghostly spirit vampire story without you!

    Shelagh Power-Chopra – Feb 16, 2011

    Thanks for your great comments, Tim! Maybe sometime I'll get up to Cambridge sometime to go to your series...

    Kathy Fish – Feb 16, 2011

    Was thrilled by your comments for "Space Man" Timothy. Thanks so much!

    M – Feb 13, 2011

    Thank you so much for your very kind response to fly, Timothy. I look forward to reading more of your work. - Q

    Soon to be deleted – Feb 11, 2011

    thanks for reading!

    Robert Vaughan – Feb 02, 2011

    HI Tim,

    Been reading your collection, Treating a Sick Animal. LOVE IT! I hope 2011 is a great year for you and your writing!

    Susan Gibb – Dec 03, 2010

    Hi there, Tim. So nice to come full circle with you here at fictionaut!

    Shelagh Power-Chopra – Nov 15, 2010

    Tim, thank you for reading boyfriends. Really appreciate your comments.

    Robert Vaughan – Jun 06, 2010

    Hi Tim,
    I love your story in jmww, the flash issue: How to Give Dating Advice as a State Social Worker. WOW! Fantastic read. Made me want to devour all of your writing! Thanks.

    Joshua Michael Stewart – Oct 11, 2009

    Hey Tim! Should have known you were here :)

    Michelle McEwen – Oct 03, 2009

    Hello, Timothy!

    Gary Moshimer – Sep 30, 2009

    Hey Tim, thanks so much for reading, and taking the time to comment. I'm actually in the middle of a reworking of this, taking all the input to heart. Like those beer kegs.

    j. lin – Aug 02, 2009

    hey Tim!

    Tara Laskowski – Jul 27, 2009

    You should try SmokeLong!

    Brett Fogarty – Jul 22, 2009

    Hey Tim, thanks for the comment. It's nice to meet you!

    Tara Laskowski – Jul 21, 2009

    Hmmm...did you ever get any comments back about why people aren't taking it? How long ago did you write it? The longest gap I've ever had is 8 years between writing a story and it being accepted somewhere, so you know, it's all about luck and that. Although, I must say, I had to read it a few times b/c I wasn't sure if it was an actual explosion or a 'fight' explosion. But I also kind of like that ambiguity in a story---I hate when people just outright 'tell' everything. I'm being no help here.

    Tara Laskowski – Jul 21, 2009

    Hey! Thanks for your comment. Love "What we did after the explosion." Look forward to reading more of your stuff.

    Rachel Yoder – Apr 22, 2009

    Thanks, Tim!

    William Walsh – Jan 14, 2009

    Hey, Tim...WYou're everywhere...

    Jeanne Holtzman – Jan 04, 2009

    I live in Franklin. Just north of the RI Border. Last stop on the commuter rail about an hour from South Station. Hope to get up to Dire Literary Series sometime! Is it both poetry and prose?

    Jeanne Holtzman – Jan 04, 2009

    Thanks so much for taking the time to comment on my story, Tim.

    Sam Ruddick – Jan 04, 2009

    Hey I just checked out WHL and you're right Chekhov is the bomb!

    Sam Ruddick – Jan 03, 2009

    haven't met, ahven't been to reading series. new to boston, not that familiar. we could meet, though. would like to meet more local writers. one does like to socialize with one's own, discuss the lit we read, not to mention our own work. when is next reading? maybe my wife (a poet and essayist - deja earley - published in a few pretty good magazines) and i will try to come.

    Sam Ruddick – Jan 03, 2009

    hey - wow - i didn't realize you were in cambridge. i'm in brighton!

    Corey Zeller – Nov 10, 2008

    Tim:

    Thanks for the kind words. I really liked your piece "The Best Interest of the Child" as well.

    Daniel Crocker – Nov 09, 2008

    Hey, Tim. Glad to see you here!

    Kim Chinquee – Nov 09, 2008

    Hi, Tim. It was so great meeting you. You are an awesome host.

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