Gregory Frost has been writing stories of fantasy, horror and science fiction for two decades. His story, 'How Meersh the Bedeviler Lost His Toes', was a finalist for the 1998 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award for Best Short Science Fiction. He has twice taught in the Clarion Writers program at Michigan State University (he's also a Clarion alumnus).
His shorter work has appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Asimov's Magazine, Whispers, Realms of Fantasy, and in anthologies such as Snow White, Blood Red and Black Swan, White Raven, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling and Intersections: The Sycamore Hill Anthology, edited by John Kessel & Richard Butner. Some stories have been reprinted in the Best New Horror collections edited by Stephen Jones.
In television, he has worked as a researcher, for "Wolfman: The Science & the Myth," an episode of Science Frontiers on the Discovery Global Network, and for "Curse of Tutankhamen" also for Science Frontiers. Both shows have won multiple awards for non-fiction TV. He's also a graphic designer, and a student of doshinkan-style aikido in Philadelphia.
Biography provided by the author, April 2002