ANDREW KLAVAN is the author of the best-selling novels "True Crime, "filmed by Clint Eastwood, and "Don't Say a Word, " a film starring Michael Douglas. His work has been nominated for the Edgar Award five times and has won twice. He is a contributing editor at "City Journal" and his articles have appeared, among other places, in the "Wall Street Journal", the "New York Times, "and the "Los Angeles Times". He lives in Southern California with his wife Ellen. They have a daughter, Faith, and a son, Spencer.
Dave Carley is a Toronto based playwright, screenwriter, and editor. His plays have had over three hundred productions across Canada, the US, and in a dozen countries around the world. Dave has been playwright-in-residence at the Stratford Festival and the Barrington Stage Company in Massachusetts. In 2000, he was presented with the Arthur Miller Playwriting Award.
Paul Dunn is the author of "Boys" and "High-Gravel-Blind", which opened the Studio Theatre at the Stratford Festival, and has been recorded as a radio drama for CBC. He has worked in theatres across the country as an actor and is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada. Adam Pettle was born and raised in Toronto and returned home after two years of study in Montreal. His first play, "Therac 25", has received numerous productions across the country and is being adapted for CBC Radio. A graduate of the National Theatre School's playwriting programme, Adam was the playwright-in-reside