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Gregg Shapiro

Gregg Shapiro is the author of the 2019 chapbooks, Sunshine State (NightBallet Press) and More Poems About Buildings and Food (Souvenir Spoon Books). His chapbook Fifty Degrees (Seven Kitchens, 2016) was selected by Ching-In Chen as co-winner of the Robin Becker Chapbook Prize. Other books by Shapiro include the expanded reissue of his short story collection How to Whistle (Rattling Good Yarns Press, 2021) and Lincoln Avenue (Squares and Rebels Press, 2014), the chapbook GREGG SHAPIRO: 77 (Souvenir Spoon Books, 2012), and the poetry collection Protection (Gival Press, 2008). He has work forthcoming in the 2021 anthologies Sweeter Voices Still: An LGBTQ Anthology From Middle America (Belt Publishing) and This is What America Looks Like (Washington Writers’ Publishing House), as well as the literary journals Gargoyle, Limp Wrist, Impossible Archetype, Dissonance Magazine, Cæsura, Bollman Bridge Review and Poetic Medicine. A 1999 inductee into Chicago’s LGBT Hall of Fame and a recipient of the 2003 Outmusic Award for Outstanding Support, he lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with his husband Rick and their dog Coco.

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