GENNA RIVIECCIO is a novelist, essayist and literary editor.
Genna received her Bachelor of Arts in Screenwriting from Loyola Marymount University. She is the editor-in-chief of The Opiate magazine, a literary quarterly specializing in fiction and poetry. Her pop culture essays have appeared on Culled Culture, PopMatters, Gothamist, The Toast, Quiet Lunch, Itchy Silk and elsewhere. She is also the author of Corona(tion) Year, Vols. 1 and 2 (2021), Lindsay Lohan Stole My Life: A Tate Carmichael Novel (2019) and She’s Lost Control (2011).
To find out more about Genna, check out her:
- Basquiat x Warhol: The Mutual Exploitation Exhibit (The Faculty Lounge)
- Be Careful What Kind of Friend You Wish For: Lana Del Rey’s Romanticization of Harry Nilsson Might Not Sit Well With John Lennon (The Faculty Lounge)
- Cardi B Rebrands What It Means to “Feel Like Britney Spears” (The Faculty Lounge)
- Death Becomes Her: The Ultimate Female Aging Commentary (The Faculty Lounge)
- Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” Is a Direct Assault on the “Purpose” of Men (The Faculty Lounge)
- The Myth of “Kennedy Class,” as Perpetuated by Olivia Rodrigo (The Faculty Lounge)
- The Truth About Lizzo Hurts (The Faculty Lounge)
- “These Gays, They’re Trying to Murder Me”: How Tanya’s Plotline in The White Lotus Speaks to Gay Male Misogyny (The Faculty Lounge)