Karin Lin-Greenberg's story collection, "Faulty Predictions," won the 2013 Flannery O'Connor Award in Short Fiction from the University of Georgia Press and won gold in the Short Story category of Foreword Reviews' 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year.
Her stories have appeared in literary journals including "The Antioch Review," "Bellingham Review," "Berkeley Fiction Review," "Colorado Review," "Crazyhorse," "Epoch," "Five Chapters," "Kenyon Review Online," "North American Review," and "Shenandoah."
She earned an MFA from the University of Pittsburgh, an MA from Temple University, and an AB from Bryn Mawr College. She has been awarded fellowships from the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop, the Wesleyan Writers Conference, the Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts, and the MacDowell Colony, and she was a Tennessee Williams Scholar at the Sewanee Writers' Conference.
She has taught creative writing at Missouri State University, the College of Wooster, and Appalachian State University. Currently, she lives in upstate New York and is an associate professor in the English Department at Siena College.
Praise for "Faulty Predictions:"
"Karin Lin-Greenberg is a connoisseur of screwy family dynamics and outrageous situations. The ten innovative and diverse stories in this debut collection cover a lot of territory, from a pig on a city bus to the special event 'Things Inside of Other Things' at the Half and Half Multicultural Club of Sun Meadow High School. Here you will meet the man who smashes loaves of grocery store bread for the good of society, and you'll witness the Running of the Brides at Filene's Basement. Lin-Greenberg makes joyful sense of it all. What a pleasure it has been to read these wise and wonderful stories."
-Bonnie Jo Campbell, bestselling author of Once Upon a River