Jason Harris is an emerging writer/futurist based in Baltimore, Maryland. He attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. Jason is a writer whose work has appeared in Black Enterprise magazine, Catalyst Literary journal, BmoreArt online and various other publications. He self-published the speculative fiction anthology entitled, “Redlines: Baltimore 2028″ in 2012. He is currently working on his first novel, “Fly, Girl”, which he will publish in the fall of 2018. He has participated in the Yale Writer’s conference and is a 2015 Kimbilio Fiction Fellow. Jason was the director of creative services at the Living Well Center in Baltimore, and now is a facilitator with the Free-Up Homeschool Cooperative, where he is engaged in creating experiential classrooms for youth.
He lives in Baltimore with his wife and son.