Award-winning writer Robert Glick collects barf bags as a way to document (nay, regurgitate) his and others’ travels. Did we mention the barf bags are on display in his Utah kitchen? We at WanderChic thought that such a predilection deserved more attention, so Glick broke it down for us (he also supplied the photos below).
Glick is a Ph.D. candidate in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Utah and fiction editor of the Amsterdam-based literary journal Versal. In the Spring of 2012 he will be a visiting professor at the University of Kansas. He received his BA from the University of California at Berkeley and his MA in performance art from San Francisco State University. His work has appeared in Denver Quarterly, Black Warrior Review, and Alaska Quarterly Review. In 2010 he won The Normal School Normal Prize for fiction and the Copper Nickel Fiction Contest. He likes to break glass and ceramic tiles.