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Latest: At MUBI, reviews of two films – Blue is the Warmest Color and Drinking Buddies

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

Review of a new Criterion boxed set of films Roberto Rossellini made with Ingrid Bergman at Senses of Cinema

A close reading of Wallace Stevens’s “The Rabbit as King of the Ghosts”

Four Writers (William H. Gass, Micheline Aharonian Marcom, Amber Sparks, and Curtis White) talk about the 90th Anniversary of Wallace Stevens’s Harmonium

“Tell Her She Has Strong Legs” - a story at Numero Cinq

Learning from Gordon Lish: A Roundtable on Style in Fiction with David Winters and Jason Lucarelli is at The Center for Fiction’s Literarian site

Review of Robert Bresson Revised – Quarterly Conversation

Two Fictions - The Collagist

On Louise Gluck – The Millions

On Gertrude Stein’s The Geographical History of America – The Rumpus

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

gregorygerke@yahoo.com