Gregory Norman Bossert is an author, filmmaker, and musician, currently based just over the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco; his career in the software industry took him from his native Cambridge, MA to Lisbon, Vienna, Minnesota, Manhattan, New Jersey, Silicon Valley, and Berlin. He started writing in 2009, on a dare from film designer Iain McCaig, attended the Clarion Writer’s Workshop in 2010, and has had over a dozen stories appear in venues such as Asimov’s Science Fiction. His story “The Telling” in BCS #109 won the 2013 World Fantasy Award, and he was a finalist for the 2014 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award. When not writing, he works as a layout artist for Industrial Light & Magic, wrangling spaceships and monsters. More information on his writing, films, and music is available at SuddenSound.com and on his blog GregoryNormanBossert.com.
Stories by Gregory Norman Bossert:
“The Leaves Upon Her Falling Light” — Issue #158, October 16, 2014
"There’s a strong mythic tone here... The story is a tragedy, the destruction of an innocent in the course of a struggle between two greater enemies." —Lois Tilton, Locus online
Winner, 2013 World Fantasy Award, Short Story
"...apian metaphors abound. But other secrets need to be answered... The telling is rewarding. Recommended." —Lois Tilton, Locus online