No one knows the true origin of Gregg Maxwell Parker, mysterious creative genius and all-around great guy.  Some say he emerged from the wilds of rural America wearing nothing but a loin cloth and an intricately-stitched leather jacket that he fashioned himself from buffalo hide and put a sick flaming skull logo on.  Others believe he is a mythical creature, existing only in the minds of the truly enlightened.  Either way, he's a proud USC alum, resident of Los Angeles, and a writer.

Along with three-time NCAA stir-fry champion Sean Finegan, he wrote the original screenplay for the movie “Getaway,” considered by many to be one of the greatest films of all time (Bulgarian Found Footage Car Chase division), as well as several upcoming projects that he isn't mentioning in his bio in case they end up falling apart, but you know, stay tuned.

In 2017, he published his first novel, “The Real Truth,” and sources say it would make him very happy if you bought lots of copies.

 

To read more of Gregg's work, check out his short stories in Blue Mesa Review, Five:2:One, and Pif Magazine.