Pamela-Faith Jackson

Pamela-Faith Jackson (co-editor) is founder of the Young Voices With New Visions, Inc., a non-profit organization fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas. She is the editor of Black Comedy: 9 Plays- A Critical Anthology With Interviews and Essays. Her training includes a B.A. Drama, Spelman College; M.F.A. Dramaturgy/Criticism, Columbia University School Of The Arts; M.Ed. Early Childhood Education, Georgia State University; and Talented and Gifted Certification. She produces the annual YVNV Short Play Competition, YVNV Short Play Fest, and the Undergraduate Playwrights Collective, a college to career summer intensive new play development program. For more information, visit us at

Emma Kapor (co-editor) is a senior at Northwestern University studying Political Science, Gender Studies, and Creative Writing. The Paideia School graduate currently serves as the co-chair and treasurer for Vertigo Productions, a student-run- organization dedicated to producing and supporting emerging playwrights.