DYLAN PARK is an African and Korean-American writer/director/activist hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area. At the age of 19, he joined the Armed Forces and served in some of the most dangerous corners on the globe for the next six years. Following a series of misfortunate events, he found himself homeless upon returning back to the States. Dylan enrolled at Arizona State University where he lived in the library--both literally and figuratively--and graduated with a BA in Film Studies and Screenwriting. He then attended grad school at the University of Southern California where he studied social work and law. His journey has taken him from the Silicon Valley tech sector to a member of the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office, and finally to Los Angeles as a creative. More recently, he worked as a staff writer for the Paramount Network series, 68 WHISKEY. He’s a former AMC Network writing fellow and participant of the Writer’s Guild of America Veterans Writing Project. He was also a contributing author in the New York Times bestselling book, Occasional Magic and recently wrote a series of Marvel comics. When he’s not on the road, you can usually find him with his face buried in a laptop, hiding in a cafe or bookstore somewhere in Santa Monica, the city he now calls home.
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