Dewey Davis-Thompson has written for many publications including The Muskegon Chronicle, Weekly Planet/Creative Loafing, Computer Friendly News, Tampa Tribune, St. Petersburg Times, Watermark and The Gazette and has been a journalist and talk-show host for radio and television including WMNF Community Radio and WUSF in Tampa. An Interlochen Arts Academy and New College of Florida /USF alumnus, he served in the first year of AmeriCorps in the Green Corps and grew up on a sailboat – informing his aesthetics and politics at a very young age – and he currently serves on the Sustany Foundation Board of Directors. He has written many plays, including the locally produced Lovers’ Quorum, Ganymede and The Tocobaga Bargain, a spooky radio play set and produced in Tampa Bay.
Elizabeth Brackman is an audiophiliac with a tendency towards storytelling, having heard “The Little Prince” read to her while still in the womb and grew up listening to stories of all kinds from family, friends, and on air. She is now utterly attached to all the voices in and out of her head and hopes to put that madness to good use. She played the part of Eris in the 2007 production of the romantic comedy “Ganymede” by Dewey Davis-Thompson. In a previous era, she performed as a stage combatant in Renaissance Festivals with husband Charles Kibert, and DJ’d as Tigerliliy on one of Tampa’s underground radio stations. Earlier written works include the self-published novel “Coco and Luce: The Last Train to Peking” written with Kelly DeValera, and the Poyntner Library Award-winning short story “Earl’s Revenge”. She has also been a regular contributor to the Daily Revolution as Lilith.
In the works is the audio drama “Violet’s Library”.
Dave Lassa is the recipient of the 2012 Award for Sound Design and Audio Engineering at WMNF Community Radio in Tampa Bay and has been craftily working behind the scenes for over a decade on shows like Patch and Click, The Eternal Man and Tocobaga Bargain. He can be seen playing guitar with Parson Brown.