Eric Greinke is a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard, Vietnam Era. He has B.A. Degrees in English (1971) and Psychology (Sociology minor, 1976) and a Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work (1981), Grand Valley State University. He was the founder and editor of Amaranthus (issues 1-7), GVSU’s national literary magazine. He was the editor and publisher of Pilot Press Books, 1971-1976. He is a Certified Social Worker in the State of Michigan. He has worked with emotionally disturbed and developmentally disabled children for over twenty-five years.
Mr. Greinke is the author of many
Poems/Articles/Artwork in NYQ
Books in Print
Traveling MusicPresa Press, 2011
Catching The Light - 12 Haiku SequencesCervena Barva Press,, 2009
36 Pages (Peek Inside)
Kayak LessonsFree Books, Inc.
For The Living DeadFree Books, Inc
Get ItMarymark Press, 2007
The Potential Of PoetryPresa Press, 2011
Conversation Pieces - Selected InterviewsPresa Press, 2012
All This Dark - 24 Tanka SequencesCervena Barva Press, 2012