Isaac Ho (何亭) is a graduate of the UCLA MFA Screenwriting program.
Awards include: Winner Asian American International Film Festival Screenplay Competition, Stephen N. Gershenson Scholarship in Screenwriting, ABC/Disney Fellowship semi-finalist, SF Weekly Black Box Award for Best Play and the Asian American Arts Foundation Theater Grant.
Isaac is also a CAPE Foundation New Writers Award Finalist for Television.
Isaac is the writer and producer of the indie film 1,001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position starring Amanda Plummer.
Isaac’s debut novel The Repatriation of Henry Chin tells the story of an Asian American pharmacist and his daughter who go on the run to escape pursuit from the government as terrorists.
He is also the author of Death in Chinatown, a contemporary thriller about a brewing fictional Chinatown gang war.
His darkly comic lurid novella Hell is Full of Strippers explores what “gentlemens clubs” are really like.
His latest novella The Chinese Delivery Man is inspired by true events of a brutal murder in New York and a family’s search for justice or revenge, whichever comes first.