Katie Greenebaum

Katie Greenebaum

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Katie Greenebaum graduated from Yale and received an MFA from the University of Virginia, where she was a Henry Hoyns fellow in fiction writing and won the Balch Award for best short story. She has been a Pushcart Prize finalist and has published in journals such as Chelsea and Literal Latte, and the anthology Child of Mine (Bull, 2000). She has been an English and writing teacher for many years and lives with her husband, Josh May, and their children, Nora, Jake, and Alice, in Nashville, Tennessee.

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July 1995 Issue

Chaste Desdemona

I’m back from Vermont, sitting in the living room on a purple chair. The plants have not been watered. My shins are bruised. I still have the make-up on, but it’s smeared and blotchy. I wear Blanche’s dress, which I didn’t give…

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