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Gregory Frost

USA flag (b.1951)

Gregory Frost is an American author of science fiction and fantasy, and directs a fiction writing workshop at Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania. He received his Bachelor's degree from the University of Iowa. A graduate of the iconic Clarion Workshop, he has been invited back as instructor several times, including the first session following its move to the University of California at San Diego in 2007. He is also active in the Interstitial Arts Foundation. Frost lives and works in Pennsylvania, USA.

Genres: Fantasy
   Tain (1986)
   Remscela (1988)
Anthologies containing stories by Gregory Frost
Short stories
From Hell, Again (1988)
Lizaveta (1988)
Divertimento (1989)
Some Things Are Better Left (1993)
That Blissful Height (1996)
Sparks (1997)
Twice Encountered (1997)
The Girlfriends of Dorian Gray (2000)

World Fantasy Best Novel nominee (2003) : Fitcher's Brides

Gregory Frost recommends
Standard Candles (1996)
Jack McDevitt
"Jack McDevitt is one of those rare science fiction writers capable of taking the tropes of the field - from war and the military to alien contact to scripture vs. science - and breathing wonderful life into them. He's always a pleasure to read."
Starlings (2018)
Jo Walton
"Jo Walton’s delightful collection, Starlings, runs the gamut from homemade fairy tales to hard-boiled cloned-Jesus detectives (just wait for the shaggy dog); to a play with figures out of Irish myth, and a talking dragon; to a selection of her fantastic poems. It’s the kind of collection you can glide through, often while laughing out loud."
Semiosis (2018)
(Semiosis Duology, book 1)
Sue Burke
"A gripping story of colonization and biological wonders."

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