Rachel Genn

Rachel Genn works across Manchester Writing School and the School of Digital Arts. Formerly a neuroscientist, she has written two novels: The Cure (2011) and What You Could Have Won (2020) and has contributed to Granta, 3AM, Aeon/Psyche, and The New Statesman. She is currently working on three short volumes on the subject of longing. 


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A new essay by Rachel Genn from the High/Low issue of the LARB Quarterly Journal, no.29....

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