| MFA Student Rob Sobel’s “The Realtor” Published By The Magnolia Review
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MFA Student Rob Sobel’s “The Realtor” Published By The Magnolia Review

MFA Student Rob Sobel’s “The Realtor” Published By The Magnolia Review

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“Agents came up to the Realtor one by one. There was a kind of glow around him that caused this. His presence seemed to dictate confessionals.”

Rob Sobel’s story, “The Realtor,” has been published by The Magnolia Review. Read Issue 3.

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Rob Sobel is finishing up his MFA in fiction at Fairleigh Dickinson University, where he is also a reader for The Literary Review. He graduated from James Madison University with a degree in English and was given the Departmental Award in Creative Writing. His fiction has appeared in Lunch Ticket, Cigale Literary, Pound of Flash, Gardy Loo, and The Literary Itch. He has been working with special needs children in northern New Jersey for the past four years.

Are you interested in studying with Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Low Residency MFA program? Learn more.

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