Gregory Luce is the author of five books of poems: Signs of Small Grace, Drinking Weather, Memory and Desire, Tile, and Riffs & Improvisations (forthcoming in 2021). His poems have appeared in numerous print and online journals, including Kansas Quarterly, Cimarron Review, Innisfree Poetry Review, If, Northern Virginia Review, Juke Jar, Praxilla, Little Patuxent Review, Buffalo Creek Review, and in several anthologies. He recently retired after 32 years from National Geographic and now lives in Arlington, VA. He is a volunteer writing tutor and mentor with 826DC.

My Books

Signs of Small Grace (Pudding House Publications, 2016) Available from me.

Drinking Weather (Finishing Line Press, 2010). Order here: http://bit.ly/2ggPtSH

Memory and Desire (Sweatshoppe Publications, 2013)

Tile (Finishing Line Press, 2016) Order here: http://bit.ly/2fXajVJ

Some of My Poems Online

Finite at Everyday Genius

Improvisation on a Line From Weldon Kees at Innisfree Poetry Journal

Thrall at Innisfree Poetry Journal

Lush Life at Maryland Literary Review

Across the Frontier at Oddball Magazine

Not the Wolf at What Rough Beast

Weldon Keys Walks to the Golden Gate at What Rough Beast

Ode to My Confederate Dead at What Rough Beast

A Decent Happiness + 2 (video) at Little Patuxent Review

Aspirins and Coffee, et al. (video) at Little Patuxent Review

Two poems at Deaf Poets Society

As Far Away as Love at Stepaway

On the Green Line at Stepaway

My YouTube Channel: Reading videos (my poems and others’)

1 Response to About

  1. Chris Maes says:

    Gregory, you posted a message on the NG Helping NG message board, about screenwriters in the DC area. Please send me an email to let me know how I can provide you with further details. I am an experienced professional screenwriter, originally from Los Angeles, now living in the DMV area. My email is: chrismaes99@gmail.com. Thank you, Chris Maes

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