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Harry Aspinwall is a Scottish-American queer and neurodivergent writer and actor. His written work focuses on historical and speculative fiction and their intersection with queerness, and has created cult followings, appearing in The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, the Nerdist, Tor.com, Hypable, and Geek and Sundry (and he got tweeted out by “Goosebumps” author RL Stine once). He’s a current finalist in the Sundance Screenwriting Lab. Two of his screenplays are finalists in ScreenCraft, and one is a finalist in WeScreenplay’s Diverse Voices. He’s a supporting actor in Netflix’s upcoming feature film “The Sleepover” (with Ken Marino, Malin Akerman, and Joe Manganiello), co-star in AMC’s “Turn: Washington’s Spies”, and lead in Dark Tower Films’ “Bloodyback”.
Nicholas Boggs is currently at work on a literary biography of James Baldwin, forthcoming from Farrar, Straus, and Giroux in the United States, Bloomsbury UK, and Editions Seuil in France. He is co-editor of Baldwin’s collaboration with French painter Yoran Cazac, Little Man, Little Man: A Story of Childhood (Duke 2018). The recipient of fellowships from Yaddo and MacDowell and a 2019 Robert and Ina Caro Travel and Research Fellowship from Biographer’s International, he will spend Spring 2020 as Writer-in-Residence at the James Merrill House in Stonington, Connecticut. He teaches in the Department of English at New York University.
Jessica Frances Grégoire Lancaster was born and raised in the Detroit Metropolitan area and eastern Canada. She has studied in Paris, Washington DC, and New York City. She received her BFA in Fine Art Photography from the Corcoran College of Art + Design and holds an MFA in Studio Art from New York University. She has participated in multiple group exhibitions throughout the United States, including the AXA Art Prize (formerly the XL Catlin Art Prize) hosted by the San Francisco Institute of Art, Linda Warren Projects, and the New York Academy of Art, juried by curators from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum, MoMA, and Gagosian Gallery. Most recently her painting has been shown at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. Jessica’s work has appeared in the Washington Post and she has served as contributor to The Photographer’s Playbook, edited by Jason Fulford and Gregory Halpern, published by the Aperture Foundation. Jessica lives and work in New York City.
Courtney Young is a writer of fiction, screenplays, popular culture criticism and creative nonfiction. Her fiction has been published in Hypertext Review, Jellyfish Review, and the Stanford Black Arts Quarterly & her non fiction has been published by venues such as The American Prospect and The Nation. She is a recipient of writing residencies from Willapa Bay Air, Vermont Studio Center, Faber, Hambidge, Bainbridge and Chateau D’Orquevaux. She is the founder of Think Young Media Group, a boutique company that specializes in creating film, TV and documentary projects. Her current projects include completing both her first narrative feature entitled This Savage Life Makes Us Hard to Kill and her first collection of short stories entitled Scar Tissue of the Extraordinary. A graduate of Spelman College and New York University, she received her B.A. in English with a minor in Management and her M.A. from the Gallatin School of Individualized Study, completing an interdisciplinary program that combined Entertainment Business, Performance, & Africana studies. Twitter: @cocacy Instagram:@ccarlissyoung