Michael Gregory


Michael Gregory is the author of several books and chapbooks, including the two-volume Hunger Weather 1959-1975 (Mother Duck Press) and, most recently, re: Play (Pudding House). His work has appeared widely in periodicals and anthologies (e.g., Antioch Review, Massachusetts Quarterly Review, North Dakota Quarterly, Poetry Northwest, Sin Fronteras, Pinyon, Square One) and has won a number of awards, including a creative writing fellowship from the Arizona Commission on the Arts. The recently-retired founding director of the Central School Project community arts center in Bisbee, Arizona, he holds an MA from Penn State, did post-graduate work at UC Irvine and UCLA's Center for the Study of Comparative Folklore and Mythology, and has taught at several schools. Since 1972 he has lived off-grid in the Sulphur Springs Valley of southeastern Arizona.