Tommy Gaffney was born and raised in Kentucky, somewhere between the projects and the trailer parks. In addition to Three Beers from Oblivion (2006), he is also the author of Whiskey Days (2010), which has been nominated for the Oregon Book Award for Poetry. His work has appeared in such anthologies as The Night Bomb Review, The Drunk Poets Society Anthology; Volume 2 and The Broken Word Anthology, Volumes 1 & 2. He has performed at the Insomniacathon, Wordstock, appeared on KBOO radio, and hosted the annual Artists Night Out Spoken Word Festival at Artists Repertory Theater. Gaffney's favorite colors are John Deere Green and Joey Ramone Black. Nowadays, you can often find him wandering the streets of Portland, Oregon.
A Little Bit of Jazz in the Morning
Complete Reading from Mountain Writers Series 2009
The Man Who Sold the World
Three Second Pour