Headshot7 editedAndrew Gray
‘s fiction has appeared in speculative fiction magazines including Nature Futures, Apex Magazine, Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, The Sockdolager and On Spec.

He was awarded On Spec’s Lydia Langstaff Memorial Prize, has been nominated for a National Magazine Award for Fiction and has been shortlisted several times for the CBC/Saturday Night Literary Award. He was the runner-up prize winner in the 2015 and 2017 Quantum Shorts flash fiction competitions.

His first collection of stories, Small Accidents, was published by Raincoast Books and was shortlisted for the Ethel Wilson Award at the BC Book Prizes and an IPPY award in the US. He is the author (with co-author J.S. Herbison) of The Ghost Line, which was published by’s novella imprint in mid-2017. He is currently working on several novel projects.

In his non-writing life, he is an administrator in UBC’s Creative Writing Program (where he received his MFA in Creative Writing) and lives with his family and some cranky chickens on Canada’s West Coast.

Andrew is represented by Ron Eckel at the CookeMcDermid Agency.

Short Bio

Andrew Gray’s stories and poetry have appeared in numerous literary and speculative fiction magazines. He’s been nominated for the National Magazine Award for Fiction and was a finalist for the Journey Prize. His collection of short fiction, SMALL ACCIDENTS, was shortlisted for the Ethel Wilson award and an IPPY independent publisher’s award in the US. His most recent work, a speculative fiction novella titled THE GHOST LINE, co-written with J.S. Herbison, was published by Tor in 2017. He holds an MFA in creative writing from the University of British Columbia.

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