Gregory Henry has worked for many of the country’s top publishing houses, including: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, HarperCollins, Regan Arts, and Hachette Book Group. He specializes in literary fiction and non-fiction, but has also worked on commercial fiction, lifestyle books, history, poetry, and criticism.

Some of Gregory’s notable campaigns have included Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay, How to be a Woman by Caitlin Moran, Country Driving by Peter Hessler, What Should We be Worried About? by John Brockman, Stop Mass Hysteria by Michael Savage, Doctor Who: The Vault by Marcus Hearn, and Strong Looks Better Naked by Khloe Kardashian–all New York Times bestsellers.

Gregory’s fiction and non-fiction have been published by: BOMB, Bookforum, Paste, Huffington Post, Public Books, OUT, Brooklyn Rail, Lambda Literary, HTML-Giant, Vol.1 Brooklyn, and many more. He currently lives in Nashville.