This month, Three by Five presents Jerome Joseph Gentes.
Jerome Joseph Gentes is a professional and creative writer who lives in Berkeley, California. He works in all genres and was a 2012 Pushcart Prize nominee (Poetry). He taught at Niagara University and Medaille College and with Just Buffalo Literary Center/Writing with Light from 2007-2011. He is presenting at this year’s International Research Society for Children’s Literature Conference (The Netherlands), and has previously presented at the Alliance for the Study of Adoption and Culture (Claremont Colleges), Colgate University, and San Francisco State. Developmental readings of his play Hold Your Piece took place in June 2013 with The Playwrights’ Center of San Francisco, and in August 2012 at Buffalo United Artists (Buffalo, NY). He collaborated on the revue Show Me Yours with New Musical Theater of San Francisco and was part of Found Poetry Review’s 2013 Pulitzer Remix project for National Poetry Month.
A current work in progress is Hold Your Piece which is in development mode. It’s a full-length play about a gay man, his best friend, and the affects of marriage equality on both him and their relationship. Jerome is hoping to do a staged reading in the fall or early 2014 at the latest. He is also researching another project, which may lead him into a new medium.
Find Jerome on the web: Twitter. Website. LinkedIn.
A sampling of Jerome’s work: In Verbatim Poetry, and Online Literary Journal Rougarou.
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Nice interview and bit about Jerome, Vicki. I found him and his work interesting during the Remix project and it was nice to see another slice of his life here. Thanks.