Gregory Luce

3636 16th St. NWApt. B739Washington, DC 20010
Phone: 
202-258-2485
E-mail: 
Website: 
enchiladasblog.blogspot.com

Author's Bio

Gregory Luce was born in Dallas, Texas, and raised in Texas, Kentucky, and Oklahoma. Along the way, he acquired a BA in English and an MA in Creative Writing at Oklahoma State University and did additional graduate work at the University of Southern Mississippi. The father of two sons, he currently resides in Washington DC, where he works for the National Geographic Society as Production Specialist.

Publications and Prizes

Book

Memory and Desire
(Sweatshoppe Publications,
2013)

Chapbook

Signs of Small Grace
(Pudding House Publications,
2010)

Anthology

Living in Storms
(Eastern Washington University Press,
2008)
Bigger Than They Appear
(Accents Publishing,
2009)

Journal

Buffalo Creek Review
Kansas Quarterly
Innisfree
Northern Virginia Review
Little Patuxent Review
Cimarron Review
Juke Jar
Kudzu
IF Poetry Journal
The Scrambler
Rattlesnake Review
Pear Noir!
Muddy River Poetry Review
Concise Delight
Everyday Genius
Origami Condom
Poets Against the War
Dancing Shadow Review
Rikka
Praxilla

More Information

Listed as:
Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Caucasian
Prefers to work with: 
Adults
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Dallas, TX
Raised in: 
Various, TX

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Listing last updated: April 7, 2014.

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