Ann Nocenti is a storyteller who has worked in film, journalism and comics. She was an editor and writer at Marvel Comics (Daredevil, Spider-Man, X-Men, and more), and at DC (Catwoman, Klarion). Her latest works are the graphic novels Ruby Falls (2020) with artist Flavia Biondi and The Seeds (2021) with artist David Aja, both for Berger Books/Dark Horse, and upcoming projects for Marvel.
She also teaches fiction and documentary filmmaking. For her work in Haiti, Nocenti received the Humanitarian Award, presented by Haskell Wexler, at Tulsa International Film Festival. Her series about teaching film in Haiti, Goudou Goudou, can be found online at Hilobrow. Nocenti made a documentary in Baluchistan (with Wendy Johnson) called Disarming Falcons, which can be seen on Vimeo. Disarming Falcons was featured at DOC NYC 2014, and other film festivals. She was a screenwriter working for Canal Plus, Alliance Pictures, and more, and her feature script Taking Chances was produced in 2009, starring Justin Long. She was the script editor of The Fifth Night, a screenplay reading series, and the editor of Scenario, a screenwriting magazine. Nocenti’s journalism appears in Details, PRINT, Filmmaker, Stop Smiling, Scenario, and more. Her story The Most Expensive Road Trip in the World, about hunting with falcons, was chosen by Anthony Bourdain for Best Travel Writing 2008.