Greg Keeler is an accomplished musician, writer, painter, fisherman, and English teacher at Montana State University. He has published two memoirs, Waltzing With the Captain: Remembering Richard Brautigan (Limberlost) and Trash Fish: A Life (Counterpoint). Almost Happy (Limberlost), his latest of seven collections of poetry, was published in the spring of ‘10. He illustrated Jim Harrison’s chapbook, “Livingston Suite,” and NPR’s Car Talk aired his song “WD-40 Polka.” He started painting in ’98 and his work has been exhibited in galleries in Bozeman, Livingston, and Butte and appears in such magazines as The Flyfish Journal, Big Sky Journal, and Distinctly Montana. His work is on permanent display at Colombo’s Pizza in Bozeman—where you can buy them off the wall cheap if you don’t mind scrubbing off the splattered wine and grease.
Greg lives in Bozeman, Montana.