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Holli Harms

Holli Harms

Holli is thrilled to be joining Writopia Lab in New York City as a part-time instructor. She is a writer of plays, screenplays, and short stories and recently graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with her Master’s in Creative Writing.

As a playwright, Holli has been awarded the Terrence G. Hall Fellowship, a Dramatist Guild Fellow, and an EST/Sloan Grant. Her play “Make John Patrick Shanley Go Home” is published in Smith & Krause’s “Anthology Of 50 Best Ten Minute Plays.” Several of her plays have been produced both nationally and internationally by Rover Dramawerks, Plano Texas, Sky Blue Theatre Co UK, Estrogenius Festival NYC, Edgemar Center Santa Monica, City Theatre, Miami, to name a few. As a screenwriter, her short narrative "Icarus Stops For Breakfast" has won 23 awards from over 35 festivals around the world. Holli’s short story “Cereal and Fire” is published online with Penmen Review. Her story, “The Russians,” is published online in Dead Mule Southern Literature, as well as her essay “I Grew Up.” Holli is a member of Ensemble Studio Theater and Dramatist Guild. She is a guest lecturer for The School of Visual Arts film department, working with first-time filmmakers on their scripts, as well as, a proud mentor with Girls Write Now. Holli’s passions are running, she has two New York City Marathons under her belt, traveling, walking her dog Arlo Guthrie Marshmallow, reading, and spending time with her family. Holli is currently in the middle of her first novel. She is thrilled to be working with Writopia’s wonderful students and staff.

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