Gregory L. Hall

Biography

Gregory L Hall is a decades old veteran of comedy and theatre. He’s a national Telly Award winner and was featured in the award winning documentary Non-Player Character. Greg has created/produced such critically acclaimed and successful projects as the live serial Charm City Dreams, his long running improv troupe the Early Monday Morning Show and the annual Baltimore Comedy Fest in which proceeds go to support Autism Awareness. He currently teaches at various colleges and theaters around the PA, MD and DC areas.

As a horror writer, Greg’s work has appeared in such publications as Shroud, Alien Skin, Necrotic Tissue, Graveside Tales, and The Devil’s Food. His short story ‘Mintas and Frankie’ (from Screaming Dreams) finished #6 in the Preditors and Editors ‘08 readers poll.

He’s waited a long time for his novel, At the End of Church Street, to find a home. And now he can finally sleep.

Greg can be found on his popular horror playground Choate Road and as host of his live internet radio show The Funky Werepig. More than likely you will see him wandering around any number of horror/sci-fi conventions. He’ll be the big bearded dude bragging that he was once hugged by Pat Morita.

Greg’s novel, At The End of Church Street, is published by Belfire Press.

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