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Greg’s one-act play Everyone Else’s Fault performed by Bakersfield Community Theater (12/3/10).

Greg’s one-act play Everyone Else’s Fault performed by Bakersfield Community Theater (12/3/10).

Books (okay, magazines mostly) that Greg Boose appears in:


Book Two of NYT Best Selling YA series (2011) — Ghostwriter
Book Three of NYT Best Selling YA series (2012) — Ghostwriter
BlackBook: Guide to Chicago 2009
The Feathertale Review, Issue 3
The Feathertale Review, Issue 4
39… And Still Holding
The Best of Farmhouse Magazine, Volume 1

Books (okay, magazines mostly) that Greg Boose appears in:

Book Two of NYT Best Selling YA series (2011) — Ghostwriter

Book Three of NYT Best Selling YA series (2012) — Ghostwriter

BlackBook: Guide to Chicago 2009

The Feathertale Review, Issue 3

The Feathertale Review, Issue 4

39… And Still Holding

The Best of Farmhouse Magazine, Volume 1

Greg Boose on The Nervous Breakdown.
You Guessed It, Svedka: I Am Not Bot Enough for Your Stupid Vodka
Your Evil Eye will be Missed, Harvey Pekar
Music Classifieds from The Weekly Naturalist
A Potential Investor Speaks Up After Kurt Russell’s Character Finishes His ‘Wonders of the World’ Miniature Golf Course Proposal in the Movie Overboard 
Pool Rules for Zombies, Jesus Christ, Tom Cruise, Han Solo and More
Two Letters to Francine, the Jewel-Osco Cashier at Aisle Five
Three Older Women Stand in Line to Yell at the Author James Frey when Malcolm-Jamal Warner Stops By with a Two-Liter of Cherry Coke Under his Arm
Farmers and Sons of Farmers are Sometimes Two Entirely Different Farmers
Trying to Decide Who’s the Crazy One Comes Down to the Palm of a Tiny Thief
It’s Always One Naked Guy in Just a Fanny Pack that Ruins it for Everyone Else
An Open Letter of Apology to the Guy at that Thing Who Tried to Talk to Me About Teen Wolf
A Thousand Words: Spiders in the Basement
The Lending Library: A Stephen Elliott Experiment and Interview
Waxing on Susan Petrone’s New Novel and Dreaming of a Literal Literary Life
Preparing for the Birth of my First Child, Plus an Interview with Author Neal Pollack
Even a Clever Homemade Thank You Card Involving a Picture of Wyclef Jean Can’t Get Me the Job
Rewriting a Media Guide is Easier When You’re Both Lonely and Looking Important
Peddling My Book at the Printers’ Ball Leaves Me Depressed and Following Old Women
In the Beginning There Was an Unpaid Editing Job in Cleveland, a Potential Lawsuit, and a Bunch of Unprovoked Angry Geese
Standing On a Corner Holding Signs About Rape and Dictatorship is Just Another Day at the Office
And Then, Outta Nowhere, Comes Act Three: An Email, the Hand-Delivered Check, and the Poorly Written Climax of the Death of an Evil iPod
Walking Around with Thousands of Other Naked People is Totally Fine Until You’re the One of the Last Searching for his Clothes
Act Two: Igor Anatsko, You’re Still Elusive and Being a Dick, But I’m Still on Your Case
So Maybe I Don’t Have the Pictures to Prove It, But LeBron James and I Have a Special Kind of Relationship
How it Came to be that Greg Boose and Claire Bidwell Smith Can’t Stop Touching Motorcycles Even Though They Know They Shouldn’t

Greg Boose on The Nervous Breakdown.

You Guessed It, Svedka: I Am Not Bot Enough for Your Stupid Vodka

Your Evil Eye will be Missed, Harvey Pekar

Music Classifieds from The Weekly Naturalist

A Potential Investor Speaks Up After Kurt Russell’s Character Finishes His ‘Wonders of the World’ Miniature Golf Course Proposal in the Movie Overboard

Pool Rules for Zombies, Jesus Christ, Tom Cruise, Han Solo and More

Two Letters to Francine, the Jewel-Osco Cashier at Aisle Five

Three Older Women Stand in Line to Yell at the Author James Frey when Malcolm-Jamal Warner Stops By with a Two-Liter of Cherry Coke Under his Arm

Farmers and Sons of Farmers are Sometimes Two Entirely Different Farmers

Trying to Decide Who’s the Crazy One Comes Down to the Palm of a Tiny Thief

It’s Always One Naked Guy in Just a Fanny Pack that Ruins it for Everyone Else

An Open Letter of Apology to the Guy at that Thing Who Tried to Talk to Me About Teen Wolf

A Thousand Words: Spiders in the Basement

The Lending Library: A Stephen Elliott Experiment and Interview

Waxing on Susan Petrone’s New Novel and Dreaming of a Literal Literary Life

Preparing for the Birth of my First Child, Plus an Interview with Author Neal Pollack

Even a Clever Homemade Thank You Card Involving a Picture of Wyclef Jean Can’t Get Me the Job

Rewriting a Media Guide is Easier When You’re Both Lonely and Looking Important

Peddling My Book at the Printers’ Ball Leaves Me Depressed and Following Old Women

In the Beginning There Was an Unpaid Editing Job in Cleveland, a Potential Lawsuit, and a Bunch of Unprovoked Angry Geese

Standing On a Corner Holding Signs About Rape and Dictatorship is Just Another Day at the Office

And Then, Outta Nowhere, Comes Act Three: An Email, the Hand-Delivered Check, and the Poorly Written Climax of the Death of an Evil iPod

Walking Around with Thousands of Other Naked People is Totally Fine Until You’re the One of the Last Searching for his Clothes

Act Two: Igor Anatsko, You’re Still Elusive and Being a Dick, But I’m Still on Your Case

So Maybe I Don’t Have the Pictures to Prove It, But LeBron James and I Have a Special Kind of Relationship

How it Came to be that Greg Boose and Claire Bidwell Smith Can’t Stop Touching Motorcycles Even Though They Know They Shouldn’t

Greg Boose on NFL.com. Here are just a couple blogs I wrote while covering the Cleveland Browns.
Coach Mangini’s Game Notes Revealed
Why I Hate the Pittsburgh Steelers

Greg Boose on NFL.com. Here are just a couple blogs I wrote while covering the Cleveland Browns.

Coach Mangini’s Game Notes Revealed

Why I Hate the Pittsburgh Steelers

Greg Boose’s short story in Bartleby Snopes Literary Magazine:
Looking for an Urban Forester with Good Communication Skills

Greg Boose’s short story in Bartleby Snopes Literary Magazine:

Looking for an Urban Forester with Good Communication Skills

Greg Boose’s short story on Hobart’s site:
The Good Cents of Security

Greg Boose’s short story on Hobart’s site:

The Good Cents of Security

Greg Boose on Chicago Public Radio. It’s much cooler if you press the play button and listen rather than read the draft that’s on the page.
The Joys of Farm Life and the Pains of Leaving It

Greg Boose on Chicago Public Radio. It’s much cooler if you press the play button and listen rather than read the draft that’s on the page.

The Joys of Farm Life and the Pains of Leaving It

About:

Greg Boose is a writer and editor living in Los Angeles. Over the last couple years, he has ghostwritten two YA novels that hit the New York Times best seller list. Someone wrote a big article about Greg's supposed ghostwriting here.

Greg is the former Los Angeles Editor and Chicago Editor for BlackBook, and currently edits full time at Helpguide.org, a mental health non-profit in Santa Monica, CA.

Greg's writing services are for hire. See here for more details.

Please click on the boxes below to see old links to his writings. They'll appear at the very top, so you might have to scroll up, which Greg thinks is kind of tricky and wishes it didn't fool you like that.

To make things easier, here are a few of Greg's most recent or favorite writings he's done:

What Happens in Vegas Strays From Vegas - BlackBook

Five Reasons Megatron Should Have Fired Starscream Years Ago - Cracked

Actor Adam Goldberg is the King of Vine, Twitter’s New Indie Filmmaker App - BlackBook

Walking Around with Thousands of Other Naked People is Totally Fine Until You’re the One of the Last Searching for his Clothes - The Nervous Breakdown

Overheard on the Second Front - Opium Magazine

Just How Into You He Is, If He Is a Deer Tick - The Science Creative Quarterly

‘The Walking Dead’ Invade San Diego Comic-Con - BlackBook

The Joys of Farm Life and the Pains of Leaving It - Chicago Public Radio

David Arquette Opens Up About His L.A. Nightclub, Bootsy Bellows - BlackBook

Three Older Women Stand in Line to Yell at the Author James Frey when Malcolm-Jamal Warner Stops By with a Two-Liter of Cherry Coke Under his Arm - The Nervous Breakdown

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Follow him on Twitter at Greg_Boose.

You can email him at gregboose@gmail.com

Greg is represented by Wendy Sherman of Wendy Sherman Associates Literary Management.

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