Dave Gregory was a young writer in search of the world when he inadvertently landed a career in the cruise industry. Two decades later, he has retired from life at sea and returned to his first love – writing. He is currently a Fiction Reader for literary journals on both sides of the Atlantic: Gigantic Sequins, The Nottingham Review and The Exposition Review. His publication credits include Eunoia Review, Soft Cartel, The Short Humour Site, Clever Magazine, Bull & Cross, Literally Stories, Furtive Dalliance, Literary Nest, Adelaide, Ellipsis Zine, Lowestoft Chronicle, Sky Island Journal (due October), Levee Review (due November), The Piltdown Review (due November), Still Point Arts Quarterly (date to be determined) and Magnolia Review (due January 2019).
On June 1, 2018, Dave began working as a Fiction Reader for Gigantic Sequins. An American biannual, black and white print, literary arts journal which was born in Brooklyn, grew up in Philadelphia, and currently lives primarily in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, with outposts throughout the US in Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, & more. Reach them on Twitter @GIGANTICsequins or buy a copy.
On September 10, 2018, Dave became a fiction reader on both sides of the Atlantic when he started reading for The Nottingham Review: an international short story and flash fiction journal, published both in print and online. Follow them on Twitter @TheNottReview. Read the first ten issues online or buy a copy of the latest issue.
Dave began reading for a third publication on October 10, 2018. Founded by alumni of University of Southern California’s Master of Professional Writing Program, Exposition Review is an independent, multi-genre literary journal that publishes narratives by new, emerging, and established writers in the genres of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, stage & screen, experimental, art & photography, and comics. Reach them on Twitter @ExpoReviewLit or read the latest issue online.
Dave is a member of the Internet Writing Workshop. The “the oldest continuous writers’ group on the Internet.”
- A community where writers can submit and critique written works.
- A forum to discuss and get help on all aspects of writing.
- A public service educational organization, staffed by volunteers and free of charge.