See What I See

2021 Zerogram Press Edition

Zerogram Press will publish a new and expanded edition of See What I See in April 2021, with an introduction by scholar Steven Moore

Splice has just published two books: See What I See, a book of essays,  and: Especially the Bad Things, a book of stories.

Michael Dirda reviews See What I See at The Washington Post, along with essay books by D.H. Lawrence and Emmanuel Carrère

Interviewed by Hugh Sheehy for LA Review of Books

Interview with Daniel Davis Wood at Splice

The Feelish Bookish Podcast (Robert Fay and Roman Tsivkin) had me as a guest

Storgy Magazine reviews Especially the Bad Things

Praise for See What I See

Latest: “The Wait” – Fiction at The Kenyon Review

Excerpt from novel Eyes on Other Days at Splice

Review of Alexander Theroux: A Fan’s Notes at The Arts Fuse

On Gerald Murnane’s A Million Windows at Splice

An epistolary piece on reading Faulkner’s The Hamlet with Genese Grill at 3am Magazine (3 parts)

“Past as Epilogue” at The Smart Set

I interviewed writer/translator Genese Grill at LA Review of Books

Oh for Antonioni! at Lapsus Lima

“Re-discovering Patrick White” at Music & Literature

Meretricious Marriage Story – LA Review of Books

“Baby Sharks” – LA Review of Books

“Child as Parent” at Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood

“Guy Davenport as Exemplar” at Essay Daily

“Why Write?” at The Millions

“On or About”-excerpt from See What I See at 3am Magazine

  Splice Interview about writing/reading Part I     

Part 2

The Wrong Things List (fiction) – 3am Magazine

Unappeasable and Peregrine: Eyes Wide Shut – The Smart Set

On Marianne Moore’s “Silence” – LA Review of Books

“Descant” a story at Columbia Journal

“Paris Doesn’t Belong to Us” in the anthology We’ll Never Have Paris, edited by Andrew Gallix, with more than 70 writers, including Brian Dillon, David Hayden, and Evan Lavender-Smith

Review of The William H. Gass Reader in the North Dakota Quarterly

On The Shining – The Smart Set

Nearer My Hong Sang-soo to Me – MUBI

William Gaddis’ Compositional Self – LA Review of Books

“Debut” a story at The Collagist

The Letters of Hugh Kenner and Guy Davenport – LA Review of Books

Reading The Cantos – Big Other

A Year With Wallace Stevens – 3am Magazine

On First Reformed – Big Other

On Eating Combos – The Smart Set

Return to Naipaul’s The Enigma of Arrival – LA Review of Books

“A Modern” (fiction) – Berfrois

Autumn in New York – LA Review of Books

Reviewings in Light of the Zeitgeist – 3am Magazine

Remembering William H. Gass – LA Review of Books

On Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon – MUBI

Interview with John Haskell – The Millions

Bergman’s Spell – MUBI

Helafizzles – 3am Magazine

“The Condoleezza Rice Fan Club Visits Akron, Ohio” at The Collagist

On Toni Erdmann and it’s ending at LA Review of Books  

“On or About” – a short essay, at MUBI

“Manhattan,” a short fiction, is at Juked

 Mark Greif Interview at LA Review of Books

On Divorce at

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

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

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 work has appeared in Tin House, Film Quarterly, The Kenyon Review, and other publications. See What I See, a book of essays, and Especially the Bad Things, stories, were both published by Splice in the Autumn of 2019.