Boston Bostian is a poet/writer who received an under-graduate creative writing degree from the University of Houston. He was a founding creator, and though he's since moved on to other projects like genderpedia.net and Define:Transition, he's a huge supporter and continues to inspire the main character.
Mel Reiff Hill makes
pictures (among other things).
They have an art degree from
Rice University, and do all web design, graphics, and art for the GENDER book Project in between freelance web and graphic design jobs. Mel also works on the book's content, words, and vision.
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received a Bachelor of Arts
in creative writing from the University
of Houston in 2002 and has stayed
engaged as a community organizer. Jay is
usually elbow-deep in at least one safe-space-building project or another, including writing and performing, producing community-sponsored radio, educating about healthy sexuality, advocating for access to health care, and creating teams to
support LGBTQ community spaces. As co-author and chief editor for the GENDER book,
Jay can’t wait to use this new tool with
Robin Mack has been managing lots of colorful hats in the project such as:
marketing, community involvement,
wellness coach, and drag performer.
Robin also is a full time Massage
Therapist and Yoga instructor for all