Cleve Lamison

Cleve Lamison

Cleve Lamison is the author of the novel Full-Blood Half-Breed (Penguin Random House), and he is a contributing writer to Suvudu.com, a science fiction and fantasy blog at Random House. He is a staff writer for the television show Craig Ross Jr.’s Monogamy (Urban Movie Channel), and he wrote the screenplay for and directed the feature film Following Bliss, which won Best Feature Film at the Global Arts International Film Festival and was an official selection at many others, including the Stratford Upon Avon Film Festival, the Houston Black Film Festival, the Great Lakes Film Festival, and the Dances With Films Film Festival. His short film The Story won the Denver World Film Festival, and his short film Jack for President was a runner-up in the New York 24-Hour Filmmaking Contest. He was the artistic director of the BlackBird Theatre Company in New York City, created, wrote, and drew the cartoon strip Rick the Roach for the Richmond News Leader, and is a veteran of the U.S. Army Reserves. He holds a BA from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Teacher Profile

Cleve Lamison