Greg is co-author of two books (The First Thirty, The Silhouette Man) & one workbook (A Place To Sit). The First Thirty was NSDLC Multicultural Relations Book of the Year. The Silhouette Man was honored in Canada as a book that celebrates the wisdom of grandparents. He also has written guest columns & articles for publications in the USA, Canada & Africa. Click here to see a sample of them. His poem, Legacy, is the basis of the Legacy poster. Greg has spoken &/or done book signings at events related to Reading & Writing (i.e. Readers are Leaders, Cape Town Book Fair, Baltimore Book Festival, National Conference on Family Literacy & the Self-Employments in the Arts Conference). In some cases, Greg has been one of several presenters at an event. The others have included best-selling writers like Malcolm Gladwell (Tipping Point), Alice McDermott (Charming Billy), Andre Dubus III (House of Sand and Fog), Peter Reynolds (The North Star), Marissa Meyer (The Lunar Chronicles), Henry Winkler (Hank Zipzer) & Nobel Peace Prize honoree Elie Wiesel (Night). In some instances, he has been the guest speaker at events hosted by magazines (i.e. Business First's 40 under 40 awards luncheon).. At times, he has served as Writer (or Scholar)-in-Residence &/or has been asked to lead a Writers Workshop at a school or for a program. For Greg, writing (& reading) has been a lifelong interest. As a high school student, he was one of the Editors for the school paper & Editor-in-Chief of the Literary Magazine. In college, he interned in the Press office of a U.S. Senator.