Gregory Martin is the author of Mountain City, a memoir of the life of a town of 33 people in remote northeastern Nevada, which received a Washington State Book Award, was named a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and is referred to by some people in Mountain City as “the book.” Martin’s work has appeared in The Sun, Kenyon Review Online, Creative Nonfiction, Storyquarterly, and Orion. He teaches creative writing at the University of New Mexico. He lives in Albuquerque with his wife and two sons.
Moving, brave, and unforgettable, this deeply personal book pushes us all further into the light.
- Cheryl Strayed
- Author of Wild
In this memoir of fathers and sons, Gregory Martin struggles to reconcile the father he thought he knew with a man who has just survived a suicide attempt, a man who had been having anonymous affairs with men throughout his thirty-nine years of marriage, and who now must begin his life as a gay...Forward
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Greg Martin’s father tried to kill himself. The reason? To hide a secret he’d hidden from his family for decades.
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Book-It Repertory Theatre presents staged readings from Stories for Boys, adapted and directed by Laura Ferri. Author Gregory Martin joins Ferri and cast for a post-performance discussion as part of...Forward
Gregory Martin discusses his book Stories for Boys, the 2013 Seattle Reads pick, with readers at the Northeast Branch. You can download the podcast at the Seattle Public Library.
Gregory Martin on Author Magazine with William Kenower talking about his memoir Stories for Boys chosen by Seattle Reads.
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My father, six years ago, did what NBA player Jason Collins did. He didn’t do it on the cover of Sports Illustrated, like Collins did. My father first...Forward
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