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Trey Ellis

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Novelist, essayist, screenwriter, blogger and NPR commentator, he teaches screenwriting at Columbia; author of the forthcoming Bedtime Stories: Dispatches From The Frontlines Of Single-Fatherhood; original screenwriter of the 1994 film The Inkwell, but took his name off the film

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