Tracy Jane Gregory is a cross-genre writer, collage artist, musician, and queer feminist. She is an editor at Letter [r] Press, a micropress that publishes chapbooks and Small Po[r]tions Journal; an intern at City Lights Publishers; and an English tutor at City College of San Francisco with the plan to pursue teaching in English composition. Tracy has a BA in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University and an MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics from University of Washington-Bothell. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in A Bad Penny Review, Best American Experimental Writing, Clamor Literary and Arts Journal, and the anthologies They Said: A Multi-Genre Anthology of Contemporary Collaborative Writing by Black Lawrence Press and Washington’s Best Emerging Poets by Z Publishing. She currently lives in San Leandro, CA.
Similar to the idea from Wabi-Sabi that art comes from a place of being, Tracy’s creative work utilizes hybrid forms to present the chaos of experience and identity. Her work often explores the relationship between religion, or death ideologies, and one’s sense of identity and physicality. Her latest project, Helene, ruminates on the grief caused by having a female body, using comedy to address pain and induce healing.
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I am always open to suggestions and collaborations, so if you have any ideas for me or want to work together, send me an e-mail! I also take freelancing jobs as a copy editor, so if you have a job for me, send me an as well.