Robert Greene resides in Vancouver, BC. His first book, Crossover: Straight Men-Gay Encounters is a series of short stories that address the psychological struggle men go through in dealing with their desire or curiosity with same sex encounters.

Greene graduated from a private school in Aix en Provence, France, called école Privé Charles Péguy. His father is the President and CEO of Greenebark Press, Inc., a publisher of childrens books and his mother was an English teacher. His grandmother Desaderal (Newton) Church was a concert pianist and organist. His cousin is jazz singer Carmen McRae. Robert Joseph Greene graduated from the University of San Francisco with a minor in Western Civilization and Literature.

According to a wikipedia entry:

"In February 2008, Greene filed a complaint with the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) against CKYE-FM and the Harjinder Thind Radio Show that aired on January 31, 2008.[6][7] The complaint cited bias against the LGBT community. Greene also stated that the radio show allowed callers to make inaccurate statements against the LGBT Community and did not allow or invite any discussion for an opposing view. After a formal investigation, on October 23, 2008, the CBSC issued their decision and sided with Greene and found CKYE-FM and the Harjinder Thind Show in violation of the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Canadian Association of Broadcasters Code of Ethics, Clause 7. CKYE-FM and the Harjinder Thind Show were required to air the decision and correction both in Punjabi and English."


Crossover: Straight Men-Gay Encounters (Open Mic Press) ISBN 9780986876561

The Gay Icon Contemporary Short Stories (2011) 9780986929762

The Gay Icon Classics Of The World (2011) 9780986929755

[BCBW 2013] "Afro-Canadian"