Greg Glazner was born in Anson, Texas. After earning a B.A. from Hardin-Simmons University, he attended the University of Montana, where he received both an M.A. and M.F.A.
He is the author of two books of poetry, Singularity (W.W. Norton, 1996) and From the Iron Chair (1992), which was chosen by Charles Wright for the 1991 Walt Whitman Award. His chapbook, Walking Two Landscapes, was published in 1984.
A recipient of the Bess Hokin Award from Poetry, his poems have appeared in Ironwood, The Laurel Review, New England Journal, Pequod, Quarterly West, The Southern Poetry Review, and The Texas Review.
Glazner is an associate professor and co-director of the creative writing program at the College of Santa Fe in Santa Fe, New Mexico.