Linnie Greene

Brooklyn-based writer Linnie Greene’s work has appeared in The New York Times, The Rumpus, The Millions, Joyland, Pacific Standard, and Hobart, where her essay on Twin Peaks received a notable mention in Best American Essays 2015. She is at work on a novel.


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Across the Irish Pond

“Pond” is a collection of stories for wiseasses and weirdos, a cathedral of strange sentences built upon the singular experience of being human....


Writer on Fire

Joni Tevis on writing and revising, atomic literature, and the meaning of apocalypse....

Writer on Fire
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