Linnie Greene

Between work on a novel, Greene writes essays, book reviews and articles for publications like The New York Times and the L.A. Review of Books. She was a finalist for Joyland's 2018 Open Border fiction prize.


Gender Is the Ghost That Haunts Us All

It’s unkind to start off things with a jump-scare, but here we go: Gender is inescapable. You can run, but you can’t hide. The world’s…

The Age of the Anxiety Read

At the end of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1951 thriller Strangers on a Train, a standoff occurs atop a carousel. The cops have accidentally shot the carny…