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Greg Schwartz

Greg Schwartz, 2019
Photo by Beth Schwartz

Greg Schwartz (born Gregory Eric Schwartz, March 23, 1977, Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S.A.), software contract manager for the U.S. government and cartoonist, writer of speculative fiction, and poet mainly working in haiku and senryu. Since 2007 his haikai have appeared in the major print and, especially, online journals and selected for inclusion in Jacqueline Pearce’s Last Train Home (2021) and the 2009 Red Moon Anthology. A senryu of his won the 2015 Dwarf Stars Award, and other poems have been honored in competitions of the state poetry societies in Illinois and Florida and of the Irish Haiku Society, in the H. Gene Murtha Senryu Contest, the AHA Haiku/Senryu Contest, and the Robert Spiess Memorial Haiku Awards. Schwartz was formerly staff cartoonist for SP Quill Magazine and a book reviewer for Whispers of Wickedness. He lives in Sykesville, Maryland.


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Updated on November 25, 2023