Author: Michael Gregory

For many years an internationally-engaged environmental activist, Michael Gregory holds an interdepartmental BA in History, English, and Philosophy, an MA in English, and has done post-graduate work at UC Irvine and at the UCLA Center for the Study of Comparative Folklore and Mythology. His books include POUND LAUNDRY (Red Dragonfly Press, 2020), Mr. America Drives His Car, selected poems (Post- Soviet Depression Press), re: Play, Hunger Weather 1959- 1975, and The Valley Floor. A co-founder of the Bisbee (Arizona) Poetry Festival and of the Central School Project artists cooperative in Bisbee, where for ten years he hosted the Poets Voice reading series, since the early 70s, he has lived off-grid in the high desert of southeast Arizona ten miles from the US-Mexico border, the setting for much of his writing.

Pound Laundry
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Pound Laundry

Red Dragonfly Press

Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. Begun as a poet's journal of his reading of Ezra Pound's The Cantos, Michael Gregory's POUND LAUNDRY is a multi-faceted genealogy of Pound the man and the 20th-century modernism he played a major role in producing. Fragm...

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