C. Gregory Thompson writes fiction, nonfiction, plays, and
memoir. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in
Storgy
Magazine, Writers Resist, Five:2:One, Cowboy Jamboree
Magazine, Full Grown People, The Offbeat, Printers Row
Journal
and Reunion: The Dallas Review.  His story Runner,
Runner
was nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize by Cowboy
Jamboree Magazine
and his story King of Kings was named a
finalist in the
Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary
Festival’s 2015 Fiction Contest
. Thompson, whose short play
Cherry won two playwriting awards, earned an MFA in Creative
Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts at the
University of
California, Riverside/Palm Desert
. He is currently at work on
a collection of short stories, so follow him on Twitter
@cgregthompson.
King of Kings
July 9, 2017, 7 pm @ The Federal Bar
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"C. Gregory Thompson's short stories are sharp and original
slices cut from slightly warped, off-kilter worlds where the
fantastical and magical often collides with the hard-bitten truth of
daily life. It tastes fresh and fearless.”
 Mark Haskell Smith  
“…the kind of profile of character and place we relish."  Cowboy
Jamboree  
“The work of C. Gregory Thompson invites you into
a world whose words and phrases will linger long after you finish
reading. His characters are people you will recognize and
remember, like that guy you met in an airport bar one rainy
afternoon, or your favorite aunt who mysteriously disappeared
and your mother claims never existed at all. Thompson's stories
burn and sizzle in all the best ways."
 Sara Marchant
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