Gregory Davis is a second-generation die-hard unionist and retired employee of Kaiser Aluminum, where he worked for 44 years as a grunt on the factory floor. When he was a child, Davis’ family moved from Hauser Lake to Spokane after his pregnant mother refused to continue tolerating the use of only an outhouse in winter.
In his writing, Davis focuses on characters who possess the guts and stamina to cross lines. His short story “D.N.F.” is published in The Scarlet Leaf Review and his micro essay “Dance Partner” is published in Ginosko Literary Journal.
Davis is also a lifelong runner. He’s been married for 46 years to the love of his life and number one writing cheerleader, Laurie.