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About Harold Gross
Harold's efforts, solo and collaborative (with Eve Gordon as Gordon Gross), have been published in magazines including Fantasy & Science Fiction, Analog, Aeon, Pseudopod.org, Story Seed Vault, and Electric Velocipede. A full list is at http://literaryends.com/hgblog/writing/.
His stories have appeared in anthologies as varied as Star Trek: Strange New Worlds III, Absolutely Brilliant in Chrome, and even a cookbook, A Cup of Comfort. And his work has been exposed in the US, UK, and Australia.
Harold currently lives in the mountains outside of Seattle, Washington. A shift from right to left coast landed him in the country-life by environment and high-tech by economics. The shit also changed his focus from NYC professional actor to, primarily, the written word.
In addition to his publications, Harold has received several prizes in various fiction contests and honourable mentions in The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror.
Still a film and performance fanatic, he pens a near-daily blog of movie reviews (over 2000 non-spoiler write-ups), which can be found at: http://www.haroldgross.com.
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