Here is what fellow Philadelphia, SF author Michael Swanwick has eloquently said of Gregory Frost: “This is what you have to know in order to understand Gregory Frost…  That fire couldn’t stop him, or poverty, or neglect. That he did what it took to get where he wanted to go.  Now you know and now you understand. Gregory Frost has ambitions, and they are not modest ones.“

Frost is the author of highly-regarded novels that include the Shadowbridge series (Shadowbridge and Lord Tophet, from Del Rey), Fitcher’s Brides (Tor), the “PK Dickian” sf novel, The Pure Cold Light, as well as two novels derived from the Celtic epic, the táin bó cuailnge, Táin and Remscela, returning to print in ebook format from Book View Cafe in Winter 2015.

His short fiction has appeared most recently in Asimov’s Science Fiction (April/May 2015); in Out of Tune edited by Jonathan Maberry; in the anthology Dark Duets (HarperCollins), and in Jet-Pack Adventures, an anthology honoring the work of the late Dave Stevens (IDW).

He’s director of the fiction writing workshop at Swarthmore College.

To learn more, follow him on twitter (@gregory_frost).


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