Erick S. Gray
Erick S. Gray rise to success in the literary genre was fortunate, but also nothing but trials and tribulations for this talented thirty-seven year old author from Jamaica, Queens. Since his introduction in 2003 with Booty Call, he’s been consistent with over 14 books published, participated in several anthologies, novellas and aided co-write the Streets of New York trilogy within the course of ten decades. His manner of writing has been proven to be raunchy, but also successful. His diversity in story telling him makes him one of the most prolific authors of this genre. His characters are unforgettable, true-to-life, along with Mr. Gray gets the push to become an icon in a developing genre.
He’s been signed to a few publishing companies from St. Martin’s Press to Black Print Publishing. He has undergone many aspects of the genre, being to self-publishing Streets of New York together with co-authors Mark Anthony and Anthony Whyte, by composing stories with Q-Boro novels, writing screenplays and ghostwriting up to a dozen novels. Mr. Gray has proven to maintain his own in the game among literary giants like Shannon Holmes, Nikki Turner, Terri Woods and also K’plead together with amazing story telling and being consistent with wonderful material and other endeavors.
The writer of the metropolitan sexomedy Booty Call was writing seriously since the mid nineties. His composing style of these streets, comedy, anecdotes, and well thought plots retains the readers fascinated with each turn of the page.
This entrepreneur is also the owner/founder of both 3G publishing, and can also be inscribed with the publishing of SLR magazine (Street Literature Overview) a well rounded magazine concerning urban literature and upcoming authors of an increasing genre, and also has a stable association with Vibe magazine. Mr. Gray is also making movements in other niches also—one particular market is in separate film, where he will be debuting in his first movie,
Erick S. Gray is rated 10 out of 10 based on 49 reviews.