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Joshua Senter

Joshua Senter was raised in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri where he was homeschooled on a cattle farm. He moved to LA in 1997 to pursue filmmaking. After graduating with honors from Art Center College of Design, he began writing for the hit Showtime series The L Word. Soon after, he joined the international phenomenon, Desperate Housewives. While there, the series was nominated for both Emmy and Golden Globe Awards, and he was nominated for a Writer’s Guild of America Award for his episode, Don’t Look at Me. In 2013 he joined the Freeform series, Chasing Life, as a writer and producer. His debut novel, Daisies, was published by Diversion Books in 2014. He began work as a writer/producer for the hit series Finding Carter in 2015, and soon he was placed on the Tracking Board’s Young and Hungry List as one of The Top 100 Writer’s Working In Hollywood. In 2016, 2017, and 2018, he wrote pilots for ABC, FOX, and NBC respectively. The Valentine’s Day movie he co-wrote for Freeform, The Thing About Harry, aired in 2020 and was nominated for GLAAD’s Outstanding TV Movie Award in 2021. He is an adjunct professor of TV Writing for the School of Cinematic Arts at USC. His sophomore novel Still The Night Call was released in 2022 and was named Kirkus Reviews “Best Indie Book” as well as "Best Literary Fiction" by Indie Reader. Learn more: