Future Plans (Recliner)
Cyclotron Poem (A Dozen Nothing)
Pierogies From the Old Country (Hayden’s Ferry Review)
How Can You Count in These Exponential Times? (Harvard Review Online)
SELECTED JOURNALISM & ESSAYS
All About Eggs: Everything We Know about the World’s Most Important Food
Clarkson Potter, April 2017
$24.95 | 6.8″ x 1″ x 8.8″ | ISBN:978-0804187756
A handbook, a cookbook, an eggbook: this quasi-encyclopedic ovarian overview is the only tome you need to own about the indispensable egg. Edited by Rachel Khong. Includes an essay by Greene about shelf-stable eggs for astronaut meals, with a specific focus on the latest technology for making powdered eggs that are surprisingly delicious upon reconstitution and cooking.
MIT Press, August 2014
$24.95 | 5.4″ x 8″ | ISBN: 978-0262027687
A smart look at how Big Data transforms our lives, from the microcosm of the individual to the macrocosm of the planet. Eagle’s pioneering research in data-mining human behavior is inspiring, while Greene’s insights on what it all means make Reality Mining an indispensable book. And importantly, privacy issues are not an afterthought but are interlaced throughout—as it should be.
— Kenneth Cukier, coauthor of Big Data: A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work, and Think
Against All Odds Productions, November 2012
$50.00 | 11.2″ x 14.1″ | ISBN: 978-1454908272
A collection of images and essays bringing to life big data that includes an excerpt from Greene’s “Our Data Ourselves,” originally published in Discover magazine in December, 2011.