Steve Schlozman is assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and a psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital. He studied Literature and Biology at Stanford University, and after teaching high school English, he attended Dartmouth and Brown University Medical Schools. He is a novelist and short story writer, and George Romero optioned Steve’s first novel for film. Steve teaches psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and film and creative writing at Harvard University. His stories have appeared in The Fourth River, Dark Moon Digest, The Foghorn Magazine, The Southwest Airlines Magazine, and in the January 2018 issue of See The Elephant. He has authored more than 40 publications, often focusing on the relationship of the humanities and popular culture to medical education and practice. He has helped to design video games that teach adolescents about neurobiology, and he has collaborated at Kings College, London to assess attitudes regarding psychiatry among medical educators and curricula. Currently, Steve is the associate director at The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds at Massachusetts General Hospital. He blogs for US News and World Report, The Huffington Post, Psychology Today, and the WBUR Commonhealth Web Site, and he has written articles for The New York Times Sunday Magazine, Psychology Today, The Southwest Airlines Magazine, Newsweek and The Guardian.