About Gregory Wolff
I am an almost-PhD in philosophy turned organic farmer, writer of fiction, poetry, essays and children’s literature, and very proud father of two enchanted and half-wild children. I live with my family amidst the musical forests of the Saint Lawrence River Valley, just north of the Adirondack Range. My writing appears or is forthcoming in Chicago Quarterly Review, EVENT, Prairie Fire, Sycamore Review, The Moth, Terrain.org, Notre Dame Review, J Journal, Painted Bride Quarterly, About Place Journal, Rust + Moth, Writers Resist and elsewhere. I am currently at work on a novel about an unlikely garden, a short story about life beneath ground, and a collection of my recent poetry.
I have spent many cherished hours in the field and forest, growing food, learning the art of sustainable forestry, and building happily imperfect structures with materials provided, mostly, by the earth herself. The wilderness of these intermingled spaces continues to spark my imagination, and populate even the darkest places with strange and beautiful creatures with stories to tell.