Stephen Romone Lewis
I am a Boston based fiction writer. I used to be a black belt in Tae Kwon Do which I earned from Billy Blanks before Tae Bo made him famous. That black belt was stolen along with my mountain of martial arts weapons in a break in. You didn't hear about it on the news because I wasn't home. Never too late to roll weapons especially on crooks that steal black belts. What the hell! You can take everything else. You didn't earn that.
Scott Cramer has written feature articles for national magazines, optioned a screenplay, and worked in high-tech communications. The Toucan Trilogy --Night of the Purple Moon, Colony East, and Generation M -- are his first novels. Scott and his wife have two daughters and reside outside Lowell, Massachusetts.
Stephen Romone Lewis lives in Whitman, Massachusetts where he enjoys frozen burritos with his wife and children. His works, The Day I Was Lactose Intolerant and Kicked In The Head, have been staged at The Eclectic Company Theatre in North Hollywood. Stephen is a founding member of The Society for the Advancement of Hearing Loss (SAHL), a collection of musicians, writers, composers and filmmakers that believe that all people are meant to do more than live as spectators. SAHL encourages its members to lead actively creative lives. When the mood strikes, Stephen records with his band, Audio Spanking.
Andrew Osborne is an Emmy-award winning writer with credits including the Sundance premiere On_Line, his own feature film debut Apocalypse Bop, and the Discovery Channel game show Cash Cab. Andrew has also written film, theater, comic book, web, and interactive scripts for Warner Bros., MTV, HBO, Orion, MPCA, Conde Nast, The Pinehills Players, The Builder’s Association, Platinum Studios, Digital Anvil, enVie Interactive and the Image Comics series Blue Estate. He currently lives in New England with his wife and cat.
Philip Freeman is a journalist, a digital marketer, a social media professional, and an author. He has written three books, edited several magazines and an anthology of music criticism, and published hundreds of articles for dozens of magazines, newspapers, and websites.