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

Essay at 3am Magazine – All Hues in His Controlling

“Third Hour of the Party” at Puerto del Sol

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

“Telling” at Queen Mob’s Teahouse

“Overtone” at Berfois

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

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

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.