Recipient of the 2004 Ferro-Grumley and Violet Quill awards for his firstnovel, Through It Came Bright Colors (Harrington Park Press), Trebor Healey is also the author of 5 poetry chapbooks and a collection of poems, Sweet Son of Pan, (Suspect Thoughts, 2006), as well as a short story collection, A Perfect Scar & Other Stories (Harrington Park Press, 2007). He co-edited (with Marci Blackman) Beyond Definition: New Writing from Gay and Lesbian San Francisco (Manic D Press, 1994) and co-edited (with Amie M. Evans) Queer & Catholic (Routledge, 2008). His short fiction and poetry were nominated for a 2008 Pushcart Prize. Trebor lives in LA where he is completing his new novel, Faun.
“As for Master Trebor, he is a ring-bearer, a torch carrier, the legitimate bastard son of an endless line of bastard sons howling in the wilderness–dating back through Lorca, Cavafy, Whitman, to Catullus, Strato and beyond. For as long as man is commanded to roam these sacred woods, somewhere, from some lone hilltop, licentious yet austere, this voice will ever be heard to howl. And Trebor is just this wolf. Hear his voice and tremble.”
—Gavin Geoffrey Dillard,
author of The Naked Poet
Web Site: treborhealy.com