gavin j. grant

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Xerography Debt
(2002 - present)

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present

events

 

editor/publisher:

Small Beer Press

Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet

 

Small Beer Press
150 Pleasant St., #306
Easthampton, MA 01027
413.203.1636
[email protected]

 

Who
What
Where
Why

How

                   

BookPage
2001-08

The Weekly Dig
Boston, MA
1999-2000

 

    past  

2002-08: Co-host:KGB Fantastic Fiction Reading Series

2003-08: Co-editor of the fantasy section of The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror

Instructor: Imagination Workshop, Cleveland State University; Strange Horizons Summer Workshop

2000-02
BookSense.com
Senior Content Coordinator
Tarrytown, NY

1994-2000
Avenue Victor Hugo Bookshop
Boston, MA

1998
Nova
ESL Teacher
Osaka, Japan

1991
BS, University of St. Andrews, Scotland

  Brooklyn
Osaka
Boston
Los Angeles
Scotland

Web 2.0?
Work: Yes.
Home: Maybe.
Books: Yes.

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Profile

                   

library card collection (to come)

   

future

 

available for typography & book design

kickstart or run
-- publications
-- a press
-- publicity

  the future
Place
Character
Action
Time
                   

publications. letters to editors and politicians not included.

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2000
Clarion Writer's Workshop, MSU

1993
Medical Transcription Certificate
East LA College, CA

1992
CBEST

   

joshua
judges
ruth

Reader

2008 Tiptree
2007 World Fantasy
2005 Fountain

Young Lion's Award
Mass Cultural Council

                   
contact

 

    associations  

CLMP

IBPA

     

links

Kelly Link

                   

Bio:

Gavin J. Grant is the publisher of Small Beer Press, an independent press based in Massachusetts, whose books have been awarded the Philip K. Dick, Shirley Jackson, Hugo, and Locus Awards, as well as selected as the best of the year by Time Magazine, Salon, Booklist, Village Voice, and the San Francisco Chronicle, among others. About half of Small Beer’s list is available as ebooks and five titles have been released online under the Creative Commons license.

Since 1996 he has (with Kelly Link) edited and published Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, a twice-yearly small press zine. Del Rey published The Best of LCRW. From 2003-8 Grant and Link edited the fantasy half of The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror.

Originally from Scotland, Grant moved to the USA in 1991 and has worked in bookshops in Los Angeles and Boston and for BookSense.com. He has written for the Los Angeles Times, Christian Science Monitor, Hartford Courant, Strange Horizons, and Time Out New York, among others. He lives with his family in an old farmhouse in Northampton, MA.

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