Except for his first two years of life (Ohio) and a much later four-month jag (Comoros, a third-worldy island nation in the Indian Ocean between southern Africa and Madagascar), Greggory Moore has always resided in Southern California, including his current digs in a historical landmark in downtown Long Beach. While there (here), he has done various things with words, including for the Los Angeles Times, the OC Weekly, The District Weekly, Daily Kos, L.A. Record, Long Beach’s Gazette newspapers, LBPost.com, and GreaterLongBeach.com, along with a number of literary and film journals, Websites, etc. Once upon a time he was the Jerry Rice Jr. of the Top Gun Flag Football League, setting the all-time single-season receptions record and on multiple occasions leading all dozen or so cities in yards, receptions, and touchdowns, but now he is enjoying his retirement, awaiting his Hall of Fame enshrinement (as soon as they set one up).

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