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V.B. Price, photo by Gloria Graham, taken during the video taping of Add-Verse

Vincent Barrett "V.B." Price (born August 30, 1940 in Los Angeles, California) is an American poet, human rights and environmental columnist, editor, journalist, architectural critic, novelist and teacher.<ref>[1]</ref> He is co-founder of New Mexico Mercury, an online platform featuring news, commentary and analysis from a variety of experts and writers around New Mexico. He is currently an emeritus lecturer in the University of New Mexico’s Honors College where he has taught since 1986 and is an adjunct associate professor at UNM’s school of Architecture and Planning. He has taught Classical Greek Literature, Poetry and Environmental Justice at the Honors College, among other things. He is the son of the late actor Vincent Price.


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V.B. Price, photo by Gloria Graham, taken during the video taping of Add-Verse

Vincent Barrett "V.B." Price (born August 30, 1940 in Los Angeles, California) is an American poet, human rights and environmental columnist, editor, journalist, architectural critic, novelist and teacher.<ref>[1]</ref> He is co-founder of New Mexico Mercury, an online platform featuring news, commentary and analysis from a variety of experts and writers around New Mexico. He is currently an emeritus lecturer in the University of New Mexico’s Honors College where he has taught since 1986 and is an adjunct associate professor at UNM’s school of Architecture and Planning. He has taught Classical Greek Literature, Poetry and Environmental Justice at the Honors College, among other things. He is the son of the late actor Vincent Price.


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Intro   Biography   Writing   Recognition    Books    Television    Poetry Readings    Personal life   References   External links   

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