Graeme Stone Writer

 
  1. -2011 Lambda Literary Fellow in Genre Fiction for the novel

  2. MYSTERY OF THE BLACK BOOK


  1. -2011 SCBWI-LA Writers Day Honorable Mention for Nonfiction for

  2. KISS YOUR BUTT GOODBYE


  1. -2010 SCBWI LA Writers Day Best YA Novel award for
    THE FRENCH CLASS CONFESSION OF THE MYSTERIOUS MR. BRIDGE

Fall 2014

  1. Kansas

  2. Seattle

  3. Austin


Winter 2016

  1. Pensacola

  2. Austin


Slated for Spring 2016 from the Random House imprint Crown Children's Books is WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?, an interdisciplinary, nonfiction natural disaster book which places the reader in the event and explains the statistical probability of survival. There will also be a follow-up book book focusing on man-made disasters. His editor is the fabulous Phoebe Yeh at Crown, and his agent is the incomparable Jennifer Rofé of the amazing Andrea Brown Literary Agency,


Graeme completed a fellowship in June 2014 at the American University of Cairo where he earned a Masters in the field of English as a Second Language. The experience was invaluable in combining instruction, learning, and writing. He believes that in order to understand the world, you have to see it.

He has a background in writing for film and sold the disaster-thriller THE DEVIL’S POCKET to Regent Entertainment. He has lived in Florida, NY, LA, London, Paris, and Cairo, but spends most of his time in his imagination at his desk.

As a short filmmaker, Graeme has shown nationally and internationally with the comedies EDDIE + BERT, UP IN 60 SECONDS, and THOSE WERE THE GAYS.

As a playwright, director and actor, he worked at New York’s landmark Pyramid Club with the play SCREAM CREEK, and the Crowbar pub with the 8-part serial play MY OWN PRIVATE EYESHADOW.

He is a Fade-In Magazine competition winner with the Best Comedy short script YEAR OF THE RAT, and also won an Honorable Mention for EIGHT MINUTES.

He has performed stand-up at LA’s Comedy Store and the Improv. He’s still recovering.

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