• kaitlyn greenidge
  • Historian

kaitlyn greenidge is a fiction writer who has worked as a historian and research associate at weeksville heritage center in brooklyn, ny. her work has appeared in american short fiction and afrobeat journal, was shortlisted for canteen magazine’s 2009 inaugural fiction prize, and is forthcoming in the believer. she has been awarded fellowships from bread loaf writers’ conference and was a 2008 hertog research fellow at hunter college, where she also won the 2010 bernard cohen short fiction prize. in march 2011, she was the visiting emerging writer at johnson state college in johnson, vermont. she holds an mfa from hunter college’s fiction program. kaitlyn lives in brooklyn, new york.

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FORTNIGHT JOURNAL WISHES YOU

HAPPY HOLIDAYS

AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR



WE WILL RETURN TO OUR REGULAR SCHEDULE ON

JANUARY 3, 2011
 
fortnight
Fortnight is a documentary on the millennial generation. Millennials are the first generation raised on the Internet and the last to remember life unplugged. Discover the lives and ideas of 58 individuals coming of age as the world turns digital.