Stephanie K. Brownell is an interdisciplinary writer, artist and educator based in Boston. Stephanie was a 2018 Tennessee Williams Scholar at the Sewanee Writer's Conference. She is also an alumna of residencies and fellowships nationwide including Ensemble Studio Theatre’s New York Theatre Intensives, the O'Neill National Playwrights Conference Kennedy Center Fellows, Taleamor Park Residency, and Company One PlayLab. Stephanie is the recipient of the 2015 National Partners of the American Theatre Excellence in Playwriting Award and runner up for WomenWorks 2015 for her nonlinear drama She Eats Apples. Her poem-play Eskimo Pie was a 2014 finalist for the Gary Garrison 10-Minute Play Award and her fiction is published in the collaborative novel Esyld’s Awakening from CW Publishing. Stephanie teaches writing at Bentley University and GrubStreet Writing Community. BA: Carroll University. MFA: Boston University.