Harold has been writing for <mumble>-years as Harold Gross and with collaborator Eve Gordon as Gordon Gross.
His stories have appeared in F&SF, Analog, Pseudopod.org, as well as many other magazines and anthologies in the US, Europe, and Australia. Below is some of the tales that are still available or notable.
Here is a bit of micro-fiction on Story Seed Vault, an Australian site who solicits stories based on current scientific discoveries, but done in a single tweet length.
The Wriggling Death, is currently available as an audio story on Psuedopod.org, released in August 2014.
Long a favorite of readings at various conventions this story had originally finally found a home in print… but the publisher never paid for the story. Re-written and updated to a rock ‘n roll theme, I will likely be making this available as an e-pub in the near future as I expand those kinds of offerings through our imprint (Literary Ends Press) and our sites. And, yes, it is probably my most twisted story to ever hit press. A shame it didn’t work out the first round. I ask that no one purchase the collection (One Step Beyond by Sub Atomic Press), despite the quality of the stories, as the works are essentially stolen.
The Song Giveth… is serialized in issues 9-12 of Aethernet Magazine. Available for purchase via Amazon UK, Amazon US, and other venues.
Little House on the Accretion Disk in Aeon Speculative Fiction #1 available on the Web at via: ElectricStory.com. Issue #1 includes stories by Gene Wolfe, John Meaney, Walter Jon Williams, Jay Lake (but what was Jay not in?) and others. Aeon, sadly, closed and is no longer publishing new work.
RUWattU8 marked Harold’s first solo professional fiction sale as well as his first fiction writing award. This story was one of the top winners of the 2nd Annual Phobos Fiction Contest. Available at: Powells.com, Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble.com
“Wreckage,” which originally appeared in Electric Velocipede Issue #2 has been awarded an Honorable Mention from the Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror: Sixteenth Edition. Thanks to John Klima for publishing the piece!
Also still available is a limited number of the co-authored (with Eve Gordon) Out of Warranty, that appeared in Analog (Double issue, 1999) available for $8 signed and shipped if you’re attempting to create a full collection! Send us the request.
There are no more copies available of Communion (also co-authored with Eve Gordon) which appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.