Gregory Wolos



aving raised two children and spent more than three decades as an educator in upstate New York, Gregory Wolos currently resides with his wife of forty-four years in a small town not far from Boston, Massachusetts. Gregory’s daily regimen includes writing, running, and tending grandchildren. He holds a doctorate from the University at Albany.  
   Over one hundred of Gregory’s short stories have been published in journals and anthologies like Glimmer Train, Georgia Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, descant, Florida Review, The Pinch, Post Road, Baltimore Review, Los Angeles Review, Tahoma Literary Review, Southern Humanities Review, and many others.
   Gregory’s work has won monetary awards sponsored by Solstice, descant, Gulf Stream, New South, the Rubery Book Awards, Emrys Journal, Gambling the Aisle, and the White Eagle Coffee Store Press.
   Gregory has published four story collections: Women of Consequence (Regal House Publishing, 2019), Dear Everyone (Duck Lake Books, 2020), The Green Ray and Other Stories (Scantic Books, 2022), and The Thing About Men (Cervena Barva Press, 2023).
 More often than not Gregory’s stories reflect Kafka’s assertion that a literary work “should be an ice axe to break up the frozen sea inside us.” His debut novel, T’ings, has recently been released by Silver Bow Publishing.”

  His newest collection What the Children See is forthcoming early Spring of 2025 with Pierian Springs Press.