Michael Greenberg (writer)
Michael Greenberg (born 1952) is the author of the best-selling memoir Hurry Down Sunshine (Other Press, 2008), which depicts his daughter's battle with bipolar disorder, and Beg, Borrow, Steal (Other Press, 2009), a New York writer's memoir.
Greenberg is a columnist for The Times Literary Supplement where he has cultivated a distinctive "quirky New York Jewish voice." He is also a contributor to The Village Voice, The New York Review of Books, Bomb, and The Boston Review.
Greenberg lives in New York City.
- Tillotson, Kristin. Author-father details helplessness, pain as daughter’s psychosis unfolds. Star Tribune February 22, 2009
- Tighe, Theresa. Hurry Down Sunshine St. Louis Post-Dispatch Nov. 2, 2008
- Donadio, Rachel. A Fire in Her Brain. The New York Times September 26, 2008
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- St. Louis Post-Dispatch review[permanent dead link] of Hurry Down Sunshine by Theresa Tighe.
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