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Greg Herriges​

Greg Herriges began writing professionally in his twenties with an investigative report on gangs for The Chicago Tribune Magazine, “Inherit the Streets.” Soon afterward, he met with his literary hero, J.D. Salinger at Salinger’s home in Cornish, New Hampshire, a meeting that resulted in his first national publication, a profile/interview with the iconic author. It decided Herriges to turn to fiction writing, and years later inspired his book-length JD: A Memoir of a Time and a Journey (Wordcraft of Oregon, 2006).

He is the author of novels, short stories, and articles, as well as a series of literary DVD documentaries, including Thomas E. Kennedy: Copenhagen Quartet, and the award winning TC Boyle: The Art of the Story.

His short works have appeared in Story Quarterly, The Literary Review, The South Carolina Review, The Encyclopedia of Beat Literature, and Great Britain’s Popular Music and Society and World Wide Writers.

He is currently a professor of English at William Rainey Harper College in Palatine, Illinois.

His new ebook novels Streethearts and Lennon and Me are available in ebook shops everywhere.

Robert Day


Greg Herriges, The Bay of Merseilles

Greg Herriges: The Bay of Marseilles and Other Stories

Streethearts, Greg Herriges

Greg Herriges: The Winter Dance Party Murders

Greg Herriges, The Winter Dance Party

Greg Herriges: Streethearts

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