Ellen Greenfield received her MFA from New York University’s Creative Writing Program and her MA in Journalism from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications. Her previous books include House Dangerous, the first book about indoor pollution for the consumer, You Can Have an Easier Delivery, aimed at alleviating women’s fear of childbirth, 100 Classics of Victorian Verse, an anthology, and SoupStrong, a cookbook of recipes for cancer patients.  Articles, poems and short fiction have appeared in The Beloit Poetry Journal, The Jewish Women’s Literary Annual, Rosebud and Washington Square, Women’s Wear Daily and other publications. As a volunteer, she has taught writing at Goldwater Hospital, the Metropolitan Correctional Center and the Bayview Correctional Center, and is currently a writing mentor with the Visible Ink program at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

She lives in Brooklyn and Jefferson, NY.

Her recently published novel, Come From Nowhere, was a finalist in the Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society’s competition for Novel-in-Progress.

The author is available for readings and discussions, both in person and virtual.  Contact her for more information.  To purchase Come From Nowhere, click here.