Grove Koger is a retired reference librarian (public and academic) who was born in Idaho. He’s been interested in travel all his life, and published When the Going Was Good: A Guide to the 99 Best Narratives of Travel, Exploration, and Adventure (Scarecrow Press) in 2002.
He’s also published articles and essays about a wide range of other subjects — art, history, music, technology, cryptozoology — along with short stories and poems. His play Ruby Testifies, which was drawn entirely from Jack Ruby’s testimony before the Warren Commission, was produced in Bloomington, Indiana, in 1990.
Until recently, he was Assistant Editor of SoCal’s Art Patron Magazine, and still serves as Assistant Editor of Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal.
He and his wife, poet and retired teacher Margaret Koger, live in Boise, Idaho.
Read his work in Altered Reality Magazine:
Playing Near You
An Incident From the Life of Plato
Buy Grove’s Book – When the Going was Good
Explore what else he has to offer around the web:
Blessed by the Sun: Time Past and Time Present in Southern Portugal
The Happiest Man Alive
World Enough blog
Visit him on Bewildering Stories
Visit him on Facebook
See what Idaho Magazine has to say about Grove