Gary Schroeder

1429 North Castlewood DriveFranktown, CO 80116-9015
Phone: 
303-748-1671

Author's Bio

Publications and Prizes

Book

Adjacent Solitudes
(Wayland Press,
1991)
Cricket in the House: A Year's Haiku
(Wayland Press,
1999)

Anthology

Only Morning in Her Shoes
(Utah State University Press,
1990)

Journal

Frogpond
2014)
Eleventh Muse
2014)
Pig Iron Press
2014)
Environment & Essence Issue
2014)
Journal of the American Medical Association
2014)
North Dakota Quarterly
2014)
Kansas Quarterly
2014)
Acorn
2014)

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Listed as:
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Buddhist
Prefers to work with: 
Teachers, Naturalists/Environmentalists
Born in: 
Chicago, IL
Raised in: 
Round Lake, IL

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Listing last updated: August 4, 2011.

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November/December 2014

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