Terry R. Reid

Born in Ft. Devens, MA, Terry R. Reid grew up in a culturally rich center of commerce and visual inspiration; in stark contrast, today he lives in Laramie, WY, a wide open land where art is easily lost in the landscape. Living with his wife and two children in a century old house once owned by his great- grandparents, Terry attended the U.WYO [Sociology & Art, ‘95], has served as art editor of the Owen Wister Review [OWR], is publisher of Gallery of the Northern Front at www.northernfront.net. Primarily an artist, within a small circle of friends, he is known to be an occasional poet himself. His work has been published in the OWR, Hard Ground 2001: Writing the Rockies (Pronghorn Press), Poetic Voices of America (Sparrowgrass Poetry Forum) and NorthernFront (Gamut’s Publishing) http://northernfront.net/ TerryRReid/poetry.htm. His poetry often deals with what he likes to call a “pugnacious legacy of love and relationships, and the poetic presentation of personalities I have long known, or never met, and if I ever did, they are now no longer mine, but the ‘stuff’ of poetry.”

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