Seth Greenland is the author of the novels The Bones and Shining City. His first play, Jungle Rot, was the winner of the Kennedy Center/American Express Fund for New American Plays Award, the American Theater Critics Association Award and anthologized in Best American Plays. He was a writer-producer on the Emmy-nominated HBO series Big Love and one of the original bloggers on the Huffington Post. His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times and the literary journal Black Clock. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.
Seth Greenland's Book Reviews:
May 22 2015
Midwest Book Review: Modern love is anything but simple, and so the delicious complexities presented in I Regret Everything will delight its readers.
May 14 2015
Unabridged Chick: A little knowing, a little sad, a lovely mix of literary and fluffy.
Mar 23 2015
Life Is Story: "Quick Hit – A story that makes you question if you are good enough as well as how each decision you make affects everything and everyone else around you."
Mar 23 2015
Peeking Between the Pages: "I Regret Everything is a beautifully written novel; at times raw and real and at others poetic."
Mar 20 2015
Los Angeles Times: Seth Greenland on I Regret Everything and "exploiting life for his art"
Mar 10 2015
NPR: Nancy Pearl of Book Lust- "So witty and yet so affecting [...] a love story for grown-ups."
Mar 7 2015
The LA Review of Books: "an intoxicating and ultimately moving modern romance."
Feb 25 2015
The New York Times, "Mr. Greenland's fourth novel proves affecting and funny."
Dec 4 2012
Buddhist Book Reviews: "It really is superb."
Nov 19 2012
Tricycle: "Is it a great novel? I think that’s a question worth asking."
Jun 9 2012
LA Review of Books: "There is nothing deserted about The Angry Buddhist."
Jun 7 2012
The Nervous Breakdown: An Interview with the Author
May 10 2012
Forward: "“The Angry Buddhist” is an entertaining novel, and I expect that most readers will have a hard time putting it down."
Apr 22 2012
The New York Times Book Review: "“The Angry Buddhist” makes a fine high-end beach read for election season."
Apr 22 2012
Los Angeles Times: "In this novel, a congressional election in the Palm Springs area proves ruthless, messy and entertaining."