Dawn Chapman, Author
Dawn Chapman has been creating sci-fi and fantasy stories for thirty years. In 2005, her life and attention turned to scripts, and she started work on The Secret King (TSK), a 13-episode science fiction television series, with a great passion for this medium.
In 2010, Dawn returned to her first love of prose. She has been working with Coach EJ Runyon, who has encouraged her away from fast-paced script writing, to revel in the world of TSK and Letháo as an epic prose space journey.
She has had success with a web series, co-written with 'Melvin Johnson,’ produced by Nandar Entertainment, and a short film, “Irobe,” also co-written. This year, her experience of working with producers/directors from the United States and Australia has expanded. From drama and science fiction to action, Dawn has built a portfolio of writing, consulting, and publishing.
To learn more about the background of The Secret King, be sure to read Where Did TSK Come From?
Be sure to follow Dawn on Twitter, Facebook, and her blog.
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Steven Kogan, Co-Writer
Steven Kogan has had a love of stories from a very young age. Once realizing he was the only one getting to enjoy them in his head, he began to write them down.
Steven and Dawn Chapman have been writing partners since 2007, developing The Secret King into a television series. He has assisted with several episodes and built out many of the characters in the extended TSK universe.
For 6 years, Steven has served as a screenplay contest judge with the Austin Film Festival and a script editor and consultant on Zhura.com. He has been published in the Sci-Fi Almanac and on 365tomorrows.com.
He currently lives in Austin, Texas with his wife and cat.
William Humble, Writer
William Humble has been writing for over 25 years. He lives in Texas where he divides his time between unending battles to perfect his writing and curtailing the dandelion invasion. He has authored numerous novels, none of which have yet been published. The upside to this being that his ego has not grown too out of proportion to his accomplishments. When this changes, the world as we know it will likely cease to exist.