Emily White is a writer of both fiction and nonfiction. She has published two books: Fast Girls, Teenage Tribes and the Myth of the Slut (Scribner 2002) and You Will Make Money In Your Sleep: The Story Of Dana Giacchetto, Financier to the Stars (Scribner 2007). Her short stories have appeared in The Iowa Review, The Greensboro Review, The Sonora Review and Black Clock. Her articles — about topics like teenagers, imposters, Frances Farmer, military recruiters and gaming addicts — have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Stranger, Bookforum, Nest, the Village Voice and Seattle Metropolitan among others. Her novel The Third River will be published by Clearcut Press as soon as Clearcut Press finds some money.  She has been a Stegner Fellow at Stanford, as well as an editor of The Stranger — a publication which claims to be Seattle’s only newspaper.  In 2007 she was invited to speak at the Harvard – Berlin dialogues about the persistence of the Slut archetype in American high schools.  In 2010 her short story “The Romance”  was published in the “Remix” edition of Black Clock — editors choosing stories to show again, in case people did not see them the first time around. In the 2012 Spring edition of Black Clock she wrote about Donnie Darko and Southland Tales, both movies created by director Richard Kelly that seem to come from different spheres of the imagination.