Gregory Frost is a writer of fantasy, supernatural and science fiction who has been publishing steadily for more than two decades. His latest work is the critically acclaimed fantasy duology, Shadowbridge and Lord Tophet published by Del Rey Books (2007 and forthcoming July 29, 2009). His short story collection, Attack of the Jazz Giants & Other Stories also received a starred review from Publisher's Week, His previous novel, Fitcher's Brides (Tor Books, 2002) was a recasting of the fairy tale of Bluebeard as a terrifying story of faith and power in 19th century New York State. The book was a finalist for both the World Fantasy Award and the International Horror Guild Award for Best Novel. Frost's other novels include Lyrec (Ace Fantasy Books, 1984), Tain (Ace Fantasy Books, 1986), Remscela (Ace Fantasy Books, 1988) and Nebula-nominated sf work The Pure Cold Light (Avon Nova, 1993). His shorter fiction has appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Asimov's Magazine, Weird Tales, Realms of Fantasy, and in numerous award-winning anthologies including, most recently, Magic in the Mirrorstone, edited by Steve Berman. He is one of the Fiction Writing Workshop Directors at Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, PA, and was the lead instructor last year at the Clarion Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers Workshop at its new home in San Diego. His website is, his blog "Frostbites" at, and he is on MySpace at