Quentin James is a writer, teacher, and performer currently working out of Boston, MA. He is a member of the sketch comedy group Friends of Gertrude and the comedy team The Quiet Generation. He is a former member of the culturally diverse improve group Bodega as well as ImprovBoston’s National Touring Company, Mainstage, and Family Show. He has had his written works published and/or produced by The Windsor Review, ShimmyHoots Review, Arcadia Magazine, SLAMBoston, and MadLab Theater Roulette. His screenplay Growing Things, a psychological thriller co-written with Jenna Sullivan, won the Grand Prize at the Rhode Island International Film Festival. In addition, he is a writer and producer of the web series Hot Dog and The Ninja. During the day, Quentin teaches English composition and literature in an Adult Basic Education program helping people get their high school diploma through the Boston Public Schools. Quentin received his M.A. in Creative Writing from the Florida State University and originally hails from St. Louis, MO.