Gregory K. H. Bryant

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Gregory K. H. Bryant is an essayist, short story writer, poet, and artist.

He may be best known for his impressionistic philosophical essays - profound thought, told simply and directly. He covers a wide range of subjects and ideas all with a logical and questioning voice, never preachy or pushy. He's done 70+ essays. Many were printed in his book All About Nothing. He also wrote the chapbook, The Philosopher. He was also a regular monthly columnist for Musea and has contributed to WoRMfEA$t! zine.

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