Gillian Linden is the author of the story collection “Remember How I Told You I Loved You?”
“Linden reveals herself to be a master of the small-yet-crucial details that fill these interior, urban spaces,” says Refinery 29. Caitlin Macy praised how: ”With deadpan restraint, Linden captures the drifting disenfranchisement of post-collegiate life—its pretensions and joys, its cubicles and cats, and all those vegan boyfriends demanding their share of the rent.”
Gillian received her MFA from Columbia University. She is a 2011 winner of the Henfield Prize for fiction. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband.