Elizabeth Genovise is the author of two short story collections — A Different Harbor and Where There Are Two or More — as well as a fiction chapbook, The Stone Pear. She is an O. Henry Prize recipient and her stories have appeared in Cimarron Review, Natural Bridge, Pembroke Magazine, The MacGuffin, and many other journals. She lives near Knoxville, Tennessee.
I love Virginia Woolf, Kazuo Ishiguro, Dorothy Allison, Jesmyn Ward, George Saunders, Larry Brown, Tim Gautreaux, Clarice Lispector, Kevin Barry, Nick Flynn, Julian Barnes, Jennifer Egan. My Goodreads is in constant chaos. I have stories in places including QWERTY and SmokeLong. I’m in the process of revising a novel. In lieu of flowers, please send good vibes.