Greg Glazner teaches UWP, English, and creative writing
courses. His degrees are a B.A. in
English, an M.A. in English, and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing.
His books of poetry are From
the Iron Chair and Singularity, both
published by W.W. Norton. His awards
include The Walt Whitman Award, the Bess Hokin Award from Poetry, and an N.E.A. Fellowship.
His writing has appeared in Ploughshares,
Poetry, The Colorado Review, Seneca Review, and many other magazines.
His recently-completed novel
is Opening the World. His essays are forthcoming in the Los Angeles Review of Books and the anthology
Brief Encounters (W.W. Norton,
Greg plays electric guitar as well with bands in the Davis/Sacramento area. His collaboration with composer Garrett
ShatzerâGreg wrote the text and played guitar with the ensemble--premiered
at the Center for New Music in San Francisco in November of 2014.