Creative Writing Teacher
Jesse Perry had retired to write a series of pulp novels using his experiences to fuel the stories. Duncan Summers recognized a few of the incidents and approached Jesse, offering him a job as the academy’s creative writing teacher. Jesse, who’d suffered writer’s block for a few years, accepted in the hopes that he could find new stories to write about. He has started writing short stories again and is slowly working on a novel; however, he’s concerned that someone else may be able to discern the truth about the Claremont academy if he releases the book because he’s used occurrences there as inspiration for the book.