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Latest:   My Brooklyn Writer Friend, from Queens Ferry Press, available for order and from Amazon

On Divorce at Ozy.com

“Take This Waltz” Then Move On?: Breakups in the Age of Selfish at Mubi.com

Review of Joseph Tabbi’s William Gaddis biography at Kenyon Review

On William Gaddis’s A Frolic of His Own at The Millions

Essay at 3am Magazine – All Hues in His Controlling

Arts Fuse Review of My Brooklyn Writer Friend

Brooklyn Rail Review of My Brooklyn Writer Friend

Interview at The Collagist 

A review of William Gass’s Eyes at 3am Magazine

Interview at Electric Literature

La Naissance of My Brooklyn Writer Friend

 

At Fanzine a short essay, “Envy, the Unsuccessful Writer’s Friend”

At MUBI, Mister Fincher and Monsieur Dreyer, cinematic despair and rapture

At Medium/Human Parts, a piece on Internet Dating

At MUBI, On Satyajit Ray’s Apu Trilogy

At MUBI, four new pieces: Mr. Turner, Boyhood, and CriticismEric Rohmer’s A Winter’s Tale, Carl Dreyer’s Gertrud on its 50th Anniversary, and a look at French director Jean Gremillion

Short story “Such a Sweet Meat” is in The Collagist

A review of Eric Rohmer: Interviews is in the Summer Issue of Film Quarterly 

An essay on Paul Thomas Anderson, envy, and space in film at the LA Review of Books

On Louise Gluck – The Millions

Greg Gerke’s fiction and non-fiction has appeared  or is forthcoming in Paris Review DailyTin House, The Kenyon Review OnlineDenver QuarterlyQuarterly West, Mississippi Review, LIT, Film Quarterly, and others. He lives in Brooklyn.

gregorygerke@yahoo.com

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