Los Angeles-based artist and Six Point Fellow Will Deutsch was raised in Orange County and studied Fine Art at UCLA. He is part of the first Los Angeles cohort of The Six Points Fellowship through which he is developing his current body of work collectively titled: Notes From The Tribe. Will has shown at the Koplin Del Rio Gallery, The Santa Monica Museum of Art and New Wight Gallery among others. His work has also been collected by the United States Library of Congress. He is the 2012 Artist In Residence at the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles.

Charlotte Strick is the Art Director of Faber & Faber, Inc. and of the paperback line at Farrar, Straus and Giroux. She's an award-winning designer known for creating the jackets for books by Roberto Bolaño, Lydia Davis, and Jonathan Franzen, among many others. She is also the Art Editor and designer of The Paris Review.

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