Gregory McGreevy lives and writes poetry in Baltimore, Maryland. He has at times been an anthropologist, an English teacher, and an activist, among other things. His poetry has been featured in several print and online journals and tends to focus on themes of nature and nostalgia. He is inspired by Cesar Vallejo, Lisa Jarnot, Will Alexander, Bill Pluoma, W.B. Yeats, Aime Cesaire, Isabel Duarte-Gray, John Ashberry, Rimbaud, Carl Phillips, and The New American Poetry: 1945-1960.
Gregory has a poem in Byways