Gregory Feeley is the author of the novels The Oxygen Barons (Ace, 1990; Philip K. Dick finalist) and Arabian Wine (Temporary Culture, 2005; expansion of 2004 Sturgeon finalist) and the novella Kentauros (NHR, 2010). "The Weighing of Ayre," in the 14th The Year's Best Science Fiction (Dozois, ed.), was a 1996 Sturgeon finalist, "The Crab Lice," in Nebula Awards 33 (Willis, ed.), a 1997 Nebula short story finalist, "The Truest Chill," from the 11/97 SF Age, a Nebula novelette finalist, and "Animae Celestes," from the 4/98 Asimov's, a Sturgeon finalist. "Aweary of the Sun" appeared in the 8th The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror (Datlow and Windling, eds.) and "Fancy Bread" in the 2006 Fantasy: The Best of the Year (Horton, ed.). Other anthology appearances include Full Spectrum 4 (Aronica, Stout, Mitchell, eds.), Beyond the Last Star (Smith, ed.), The First Heroes (Doyle and Turtledove, eds.), and Otherworldy Maine (N. Doyle, ed.).
His reviews and essays have appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, the New York Times Magazine, the Times Literary Supplement, Foundation, The New York Review of Science Fiction, Interzone, and other periodicals. He is currently working on a long novel.