Gregory Norman Bossert

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 and on his blog

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

“The Telling”Issue #109, November 29, 2012

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