Joshua Bookman is a 21st century writer, born in Boston, and reformed by life and work in Sweden, France, and Italy. He has studied songwriting at Berklee College of Music, as well as languages at the Middlebury Italian School, Syracuse University, Alliance Française, and Folkuniversitetet. He holds a B.A. from Brandeis University and M.F.A. from ArtCenter College of Design. Previous published works include Fruits of Mer (Paulette Éditrice), close to elsewhere, Hitom, and Some Reverse American Dreams (LYS Förlag). To: All The Friends I Killed is Bookman’s second novel.
Janelle Greco is a writer and training director living in Brooklyn. She is grateful for her varied work experience, which has led her to Youth Communication, an organization dedicated to amplifying true stories of youth of color. Janelle's work has previously appeared in The Sun, Hobart, Maudlin House, and Pigeon Pages, and she currently works with PEN America as a fiction judge for the PEN Prison Writing Contest. She is a firm believer in the power of storytelling; she hopes you write stories too.
Kathleen Warnock is a Queens-based playwright and editor. She founded Drunken! Careening! Writers! in 2004. Her plays have been produced in New York City, regionally and internationally. She is Associate Artistic Director of The Other Side of Silence (TOSOS) and Ambassador of Love for North America for the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival. She also writes for a wide range of publications, from Gay City News to The Dramatist and many more. She is on Community Board #1 in Astoria.