Andrew Gray

Program Coordinator
location_on Buchanan E462

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Andrew is the founder of the UBC Optional-Residency MFA Program. He now works to coordinate educational technology support and new educational programs in creative writing. He is serving as the graduate advisor for the 2017/18 Academic Year.

He has an MFA in Creative Writing from UBC. His stories and poetry have appeared in numerous literary and speculative fiction magazines. He has been nominated for the National Magazine Award for Fiction and was a finalist for the Journey Prize for his short story “Heart of the Land”. His collection of short fiction, Small Accidents, was published by Raincoast in the fall of 2001 and was shortlisted for the Ethel Wilson award in BC and an IPPY independent publisher’s award in the US. His speculative fiction novella The Ghost Line, co-written with J.S. Herbison, was published by Tor in July, 2017.


Andrew Gray

Program Coordinator
location_on Buchanan E462

Andrew is the founder of the UBC Optional-Residency MFA Program. He now works to coordinate educational technology support and new educational programs in creative writing. He is serving as the graduate advisor for the 2017/18 Academic Year.

He has an MFA in Creative Writing from UBC. His stories and poetry have appeared in numerous literary and speculative fiction magazines. He has been nominated for the National Magazine Award for Fiction and was a finalist for the Journey Prize for his short story “Heart of the Land”. His collection of short fiction, Small Accidents, was published by Raincoast in the fall of 2001 and was shortlisted for the Ethel Wilson award in BC and an IPPY independent publisher’s award in the US. His speculative fiction novella The Ghost Line, co-written with J.S. Herbison, was published by Tor in July, 2017.

Andrew Gray

Program Coordinator
location_on Buchanan E462

Andrew is the founder of the UBC Optional-Residency MFA Program. He now works to coordinate educational technology support and new educational programs in creative writing. He is serving as the graduate advisor for the 2017/18 Academic Year.

He has an MFA in Creative Writing from UBC. His stories and poetry have appeared in numerous literary and speculative fiction magazines. He has been nominated for the National Magazine Award for Fiction and was a finalist for the Journey Prize for his short story “Heart of the Land”. His collection of short fiction, Small Accidents, was published by Raincoast in the fall of 2001 and was shortlisted for the Ethel Wilson award in BC and an IPPY independent publisher’s award in the US. His speculative fiction novella The Ghost Line, co-written with J.S. Herbison, was published by Tor in July, 2017.