Gary Gach

1243 Broadway, #4San Francisco, CA 94109-2771
Phone: 
415-771-7793
Website: 
word.to

Author's Bio

Publications and Prizes

Book

Complete Idiot's Guide to Buddhism
(Alpha Books,
2005)
Flowers of a Moment
(BOA Editions Limited,
2006)
Ten Thousand Lives
(Green Integer,
2005)
Writers.Net
(Prima Press,
1998)

Anthology

The Book of Luminous Things
(Harcourt,
1998)
Veterans of War, Veterans of Peace
(KOA Books,
2006)
Technicians of the Sacred
(University of California Press,
1985)
Poems for the Millennium
(University of California Press,
2000)

Journal

American Poetry Review
2014)
Zyzzyva
2014)
Brick
2014)
Grist On-Line
2014)
Hambone
2014)
Heaven Bone
2014)
Rif/t
2014)
Two Lines
2014)
Manoa
2014)
New American Writing
2014)
Rain Taxi
2014)
The Nation
2014)
New Yorker
2014)
Harvard Divinity Bulletin
2014)
Tricycle Buddhist Review
2014)
Shambhala Sun
2014)

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Jewish, Buddhist
Prefers to work with: 
Naturalists/Environmentalists, Teenagers
Born in: 
Los Angeles, CA
Raised in: 
Los Angeles/San Francisco, CA

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Listing last updated: August 20, 2008.

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