Amelia Roskin-Frazee is a B.A. candidate at Columbia University. She was a national Writing Portfolio Gold Medalist in the 2015 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and has published nonfiction pieces in publications such as The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and Everyday Feminism. She is represented by Natalie Lakosil at the Bradford Literary Agency.

Amelia is the Founder & President of The Make It Safe Project, an organization that donates books about sexual orientation and gender identity to schools, youth homeless shelters, and juvenile detention centers. She is also on the National Advisory Council for GLSEN, an organizer with the anti-sexual violence group No Red Tape Columbia, and was named one of The Advocate's Forty Under 40 LGBT Activists of 2012.

When not writing while wearing her Monty Python Killer Rabbit Slippers or yelling into megaphones, Amelia can be found getting her butt kicked at badminton, playing steel drums, and telling bad jokes.