Gregg Glory [Gregg G. Brown] has devoted his life to poetry since happening across a haiku by Moritake, to wit: Leaves / float back up to the branch— / Ah! butterflies. He runs the micro-publishing house BLAST PRESS, which has published over two dozen authors in the past 25 years. Named in honor of the wild Vorticist venture by Ezra Pound and Wyndham Lewis, BLAST PRESS is forward-looking and very opinionated. He still composes poems on his departed father's clipboard, which he’s had since High School. Author may be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I feel trapped in my old life / Like a hermit crab that won’t abandon its shellBy Gregg G. Brown