Greta Rainbow writes about art books, old MTV shows, digital ephemerality, cringe, Depop, kissing, refugee camp design, Catholic aesthetics, street sounds, translation, matchbooks, radio stations ...


Greta grew up in Seattle, went to school in Montreal, and now lives in New York. Her work has appeared in

the Brooklyn Rail, Dazed, Dirt, The Face, the Guardian, i-D, InStyle, Interview, Literary Hub, Nylon, Observer, SSENSE, VICE, Vulture, W magazine, and WNYC,

among others.

She is Features Fact-Checker at

Bustle Digital Group

and fact-checks on a freelance basis for outlets such as

Artsy, Insider, and On the Media.

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