Gregory Gerard's work has been published by Tiny Lights, The Stone Table Review, and World Voice. He teaches writing part-time at Writers & Books, Rochester's adult literary center, and has been a guest instructor at the University of Rochester's Scholars Creative Writing Program. Gerard lives in Rochester, New York, with his partner of thirteen years and their spitz husky.
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Birthplace: Rochester, NY, USA
Accomplishments: A Gay Man's Guide to Dating (For Prom-Bound Girls), Third Prize, Tiny Lights Annual Essay Contest 2007.
Personal Note: Always wanted to share my own story to "give back" to the community. To maybe help someone else who struggles in the shadows. A book, "The Best Little Boy In The World," made the difference between life and death to me in my early twenties.
Influences include Andrew Tobias, Stephen King, Mary Roberts Rhinehart, and Alison Smith.