by Nathan Cayanan
Nathan Cayanan is a writer, illustrator, and college professor. He attended the University of Southern California, Cal State Long Beach, and Cal Poly Pomona, where he studied fiction, screenwriting, filmmaking, and business. Being Filipino-American, he has written about the Asian diaspora, evolving AAPI identities, and the struggles of the perpetual foreigner. He has taught in Taiwan, China, and the United States at USC International Academy, UC Irvine, and Irvine Valley College, where he is currently a part-time associate professor. He is currently participating in the DC Comics’ Milestone Initiative talent development program as a writer and continues to develop his art skills with the hopes he will draw his own graphic novel.