Greg Anderson-Elysée is a Brooklyn, NY born Haitian-American writer, educator, filmmaker, and model. He has been teaching various forms of filmmaking, including narrative and documentary, from elementary level to adults since 2012. He ran his own column, (Heard It Thru) The Griotvine, on theouthousers.com where he showcased independent creators of color and LGBTQ creators. He is known through the community for doing this on a broader scale, all while presenting his thoughts on diversity.
"Is'nana: The Were-Spider" was his first comic series, and is a multi award winner, including 2018 Fan Award, Rising Star, and Best Male Character (Glyph Awards) and 2019 Best Writer and Story of the Year (Glyph Awards). Is’nana is based on Anansi the trickster god of the Akan people of Ghana, whose stories have spread for centuries throughout Africa as well as the Caribbean. The Gentleman: Darkness of the Void and Marassa, both published by Evoluzione Publishing, debuted in 2018. Elysée has also published work with Lion Forge via the nationally recognized project, Puerto Rico Strong.