Author Archives: Gregory Luce

About Gregory Luce

Poet, father, birdwatcher, retired pre-press professional, writing instructor.

Recent Pubs and a Prose Curiosity

The fall and winter have brought some new publications I’d like to share: “On the Border,” in Ekphrastic Review Two poems (with sound files) at Wordgathering I also wanted to share an unusual—for me—little piece I composed on my flight to Portland, … Continue reading

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On the Road…and a Pub

I’m pleased to announce that I, along with my companion and fine poet Naomi Thiers, will be appearing in Lancaster, PA, this coming Wednesday, Oct. 25, helping to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of The Lancaster Poetry Exchange. If you’re in … Continue reading

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For Charlottesville

Some relevant poems: Dogs Ode Americano  

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Flags & Blood & an Upcoming Reading

You may recall that I read at a Resistance-themed event at the Martha Washington Library in Alexandria, VA, last month. One of my fellow readers—and one of the DC-area’s finest poets—Camisha Jones, with whom I also read at the Deaf … Continue reading

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And the winner is…

The DC Poet Project reading series culminated on Saturday May 15 with a reading by the four poets chosen from the open mics, after which the audience chose the winner of the cash prize and publication by Day Eight of … Continue reading

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On the Move

This past Sunday, after a long bike ride, I decided to jump on the ART 41 bus and let it carry me up a particularly steep hill on Columbia Pike. After securing the bike on the bus’s rack, I boarded … Continue reading

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Reading Reminders

April (and May!) continue to provide many opportunities to hear excellent poetry, Tomorrow, April 8, the DC Poet Project continues with two fine D.C. Poets, Joseph Ross and Danielle Evennou, followed by an open mic. The event takes place from 2-4 … Continue reading

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