Eric Greinke

Eric Greinke and Alison Stone have been collaborating for three years.  Alison Stone has an MFA degree from Pine Manor College.  Her poems have appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, The New Statesman, The Paris Review, Ploughshares, Poet Lore, Poetry and many other journals and anthologies. She was awarded New York Quarterly’s Madeline Sadin Award and Poetry’s Frederick Boch Prize. Her first book, They Sing at Midnight, won the 2003 Many Mountains Moving Poetry Award. Her second collection, Dangerous Enough, appeared from Presa Press in 2014. Her most recent collection is Ordinary Magic (NYQ Books, 2016).  Eric Greinke’s poems and essays have been published internationally in hundreds of literary journals, such as Gargoyle, New York Quarterly, California Quarterly, South Carolina Review, Delaware Poetry Review, Prosopisia (India), Poem, University of Tampa Review, Main Street Rag, The Pedestal  Magazine, Schuylkill Valley Journal, The Journal (U.K.), Ginyu (Japan), and Abraxas.  His most recent books are Poets In Review and Zen Duende – Collaborative Poems (with Glenna Luschei).  He has an M.S.W. from Grand Valley State University.  He’s taught poetry writing at Grand Rapids City High School and through the Artists in the Schools Program of Michigan.