Bobette Buster is story consultant, lecturer and screenwriter. She grew up in small-town America, in a region renowned for its great storytellers. As a student she produced an oral history of the area that is now archived at the Kentucky Museum. She then moved onto Hollywood to learn the business of script development, and now writes, produces and lectures at the major studios, and in top film programs, all over the globe. Since 1992 she has been Adj. Professor at the University of Southern California's Graduate School of Cinematic Arts where she created the first MFA program in Original Feature Film Development.