GREGORY FROST’s most recent novel-length work is the Shadowbridge duology from DelRey. It was an ALA Best Fantasy Novel pick. Currently, he is working on some historical fantasy projects ranging from 12th century Scotland to 1850s Kansas Territory. His short story, “Ellende,” appears in issue #364 of the revamped Weird Tales.
Frost’s collaborative novelette with Michael Swanwick, “Lock Up Your Chickens and Daughters, H’ard and Andy Are Come to Town,” won an Asimov Readers Award in 2015. His novels and short stories have been finalists for the World Fantasy, Stoker, Nebula, Hugo, James Tiptree, International Horror Guild and Theodore Sturgeon awards. He taught the Fiction Writing Workshop at Swarthmore College for eighteen years.