Seth Amos grew up in a South Carolina town with a Renaissance name. He is cofounder and Poetry
Editor ofRivet: The Journal of Writing That Risks. His poems have been published in several journals and
he has new work in a forthcoming issue of Tin House.
Andrea Bozeman is a New York-based former advertising and current marketing shill. She’ll write anything for the right money.
Eric Fallen’s plays have been produced in New York, Montreal and Toronto, and in 2011 Samuel French published eight of his short one-acts in the collection Small Talk. Eric wrote and co-produced The Bravest, The Boldest, a short drama that premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and went on to win over 40 awards on the festival circuit. He recently participated in Francine Volpe’s playwriting workshop at The New Group Theater, Julie McKee’s workshop at HB Studio and Naked Angels’ Tuesdays at 9 reading series. Eric is also a Senior Copywriter at Rauxa and the owner/founder of Peninsula Gallery in Red Hook.
Clark Morgan is a writer, a director, and an embarrassment to his family. His produced plays include The Sandwich, God's Amigo, Six Bells and Der Alice-Effekt. His work has appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the Finborough Theatre, London, and the Exit Theater, San Francisco. He trained under Scottish playwright Ian Heggie at the University of St. Andrews and workshops regularly at the Naked Angels’ reading series, Tuesdays at 9.
Frank Wortham studied theater at Boston University, helped found Berkeley’s Impact Theatre, and reviewed plays for the SF Weekly. His plays include Inhaling, Love Song Later, House of Lucky, and Great Religions of America. House of Lucky won Bay Area Critics Circle Awards, got amazing reviews, and sold out performance after performance at Impact Theatre, the Marsh, and the Magic Theatre. But that was long ago. In the Bay Area. The Hunt is his first show since then. Be gentle.