Retired from many years as an educator in upstate New York, Gregory Wolos currently resides in a small New England town, where his daily regimen includes writing, running, and tending grandchildren.
More than seventy of his short stories have been published or are forthcoming in print and online journals such as The Georgia Review, The Florida Review, The Baltimore Review, The Pinch, Post Road, Nashville Review, A-Minor Magazine, Yemassee, The Madison Review, The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review, The Los Angeles Review, PANK, Superstition Review, Tahoma Literary Review, and Zymbol.
Gregory’s work has earned six Pushcart Prize nominations and his stories have won awards sponsored by Solstice, Gulf Stream, New South, the Rubery Book Awards, Emrys Journal, and The White Eagle Coffee Store Press.
More often than not, his writing reflects Kafka’s assertion that a literary work “must be an ice axe to break the sea frozen inside us.”
Visit Gregory’s website at www.gregorywolos.com.
Regal House is delighted to publish Gregory’s short story collection, Women of Consequence, in 2019.