Harker Jones

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Harker Jones has always been a lover of words and story, so he started writing at 13 and got a double major in telecommunications and film and written communication, and a minor in literature (not all when he was 13). He was managing editor of Out magazine for seven years, reviewed countless albums for AllMusic.com, wrote features and film reviews for Moving Pictures magazine, did a two-year stint in porn, and followed that up with time at Disney Publishing.

He’s written two novels, including the #1 Amazon best-selling love story “Until September,” nine screenplays, and a children’s book about a bird who’s afraid to fly. His two short thrillers “Cole & Colette” and “One-Hit Wonder” have been accepted into more than 60 film festivals combined, garnering several awards and accolades. He lives in Los Angeles with his partner and their cat, Holly, where he volunteers for both the Center for Inquiry and Project Angel Food. He likes to travel, wants to be a pop star, and enjoys carbs. And he’s in Mensa!

Harker joined the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle in 2017.