Gregg Biglieri & Larry Price


Gregg Biglieri was born in San Francisco on October 17, 1960. He is the author of Profession, Roma, Los Books, Reading Keats to Sleep, El Egg, Sleepy with Democracy, and I Heart My Zeppelin. Also a noted critic, Biglieri has published essays on Ronald Johnson, Bruce Andrews, Louis Zukofsky, and the sublime. Larry Price has been a poet, a performance artist, a book designer, a publisher and a graphic artist. Born in California, he went to school in Santa Barbara and San Francisco, living in the City until 1988, when he moved to New Jersey, where he lives still, working as the Creative Director in a design studio. He founded GAZ in 1982, publishing work by, among others, Harryman, Day, Fuller, Watten and Pearson. His own books include Proof (Tuumba 1982), Crude Thinking (GAZ 1985), No (world version) (Zasterle 1990), Circadium (Ubu Editions 2002), and The Quadragene (Roof 2008).