John Christopher Schulte
John Schulte is a writer and creator of animation, toys, books, and entertainment properties. He served on the development team for the 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.' Schulte co-wrote and co-produced a pilot for Garry Marshall, called 'Four Stars.' He studied poetry at the University of Oklahoma during the visiting professorships of Pulitzer Prize winner, Maya Angelou, and celebrated East Indian poet, Shiv K. Kumar. He co-produced a YA novel trilogy with his brother, called 'Time Capsule Murders,' which includes, 'Why Begins With W,' 'Dial Emma for Murder,' and 'Hex High School.' Schulte edited a martial arts book, 'The 7 C's of Success,' written by Actors Studio alumnus, Shaunt Benjamin, and books by Edgar Award-winning author, Barbara Brooks Wallace, including 'Dragon for Hire,' 'Miss Switch's Bathsheba & the Cat Caper,' 'Miss Switch & the Vile Villains,' 'All About Max,' and 'Small Footsteps in the Land of the Dragon.' Schulte has contributed to Carolyn Handler Miller's seminal work, 'Digital Storytelling,' and Miriam Van Scott's 'Encyclopedia of Hell.' A collection of his verse, 'Blue Muse Rising,' was released during National Poetry Month in 2016. He is a member of the Authors Guild and the Academy of American Poets. He is a former writer and editor for Examiner.com and currently contributes to Medium.com. His poetic work and short stories have appeared in sundry anthologies, literary journals, and magazines.