Greg Gerke’s work has appeared in Tin House, Film Quarterly, The Kenyon Review Online, and others. A book of stories, My Brooklyn Writer Friend, is available from Queens Ferry Press.
“Carpenter’s Gothic”: William Gaddis’s Compositional Self
On William Gaddis’s classic study of “humankind dying of itself.”...
A Mutual Bewitchment
A literary friendship, scrupulously enshrined....
“Toni Erdmann” and the Anti-Hollywood Ending
Why does Maren Ade end "Toni Erdmann" where she does?...
True and False Authorities: An Interview with Mark Greif
Greg Gerke talks to Mark Greif about policing, revolution, and reality TV....
Paul Thomas Anderson: An Autocritique
The bounty of responses to Paul Thomas Anderson and his films speak to his artistry....
BLARB BLOG POSTS
On Marianne Moore’s “Silence”
Return to Enigma
Autumn in New York
Remembering William H. Gass 1924-2017