I got two Drama Desk nominations for the book and lyrics to "Bed and Sofa," the musical produced by the Vineyard Theater in New York. It also received two Obie Awards, five other Drama Desk nominations (including Best Musical), and an Outer Critics Circle nomination for Best Musical. It was published by Dramatists Play Service, recorded by Fynesworth Alley, and subsequently produced by the Wilma Theater in Philadelphia, where it won two Barrymore Awards, and other theaters. It made its London debut at the Finborough Theatre in 2011 and was nominated for five Offie (Off West End) Awards, including Best Production.
Also with composer Polly Pen, I co-wrote the musical, "Embarrassments." It was developed at the O'Neill Music Theater Conference and produced by the Wilma Theater in 2003. It is published by Dramatists Play Service.
My full-length play, "The Magic Act," was produced by Ensemble Studio Theater (NY) and published by Dramatists Play Service. I was featured in "Miami Stories: Bellow, Malamud, and Klavan," produced by the American Jewish Theater (NY). My one-acts, including "Sleeping Beauty," "The Show Must Go on," "If Walls Could Talk," "Gorgo's Mother," and "Simprov," have been produced by the Ensemble Studio Theater (NY), Manhattan Punch Line (NY), Working Theater (NY), Actors Theatre of Louisville, People's Light & Theater Co. (PA), Philadelphia Festival Theater for New Plays, "Brave New World: American Theater Responds to 9/11" (NY), "Speakeasy" from the Fire Dept. (NY), "Hurricane Season" at the Eclectic Company Theater (CA), "Battle of the Bards" at the Partial Comfort Co. (NY), "Short + Sweet Festival" (Australia), among others, and published by Dramatists Play Service. My one-act, "The Summer Sublet," produced in the EST Marathon, is included in Applause Books' Best American Short Plays 2000-2001. I've been awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and received commissions from the Actors Theater of Louisville, Vineyard Theater and the Wilma Theater.
My novel, "The Cutting Room," was published by Ballantine Books in 2004 and its sequel, "The Shooting Script," came out in 2005. My novel, "Mrs. White," co-written under a pseudonym, won the Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America and was made into the film "White of the Eye." My novel, "I Watch Lois," was published by Pinnacle Books. My short work has been published or is forthcoming in such print and online journals as The Alaska Quarterly, The Literary Review, Conjunctions, Louisville Review, Natural Bridge, Gargoyle, Pank, Stickman Review, Frigg, The Dirty Goat, Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Playgirl, The Forward, New Theater Review, Straylight, Skive (Australia), Foliate Oak, Killing The Buddha, Cafe Irreal, SN Review, Brink, Hamilton Stone Review, Conte, Pig in a Poke, Morpheus Tales (UK), Barnstorm, Literateur (UK), Danse Macbre, Urban Graffiti (Canada), Flare: Flagler Review, and Dark Matter. My story, "Alert," published in Sliptongue, was included in Best New Erotica 9 and my story, "The Dead End Job," also published in Sliptongue, was in Best New Erotica 10. A collection, "'The Family Unit' and Other Fantasies," is forthcoming from Chizine Publications.
My graphic novels, "City of Spies" and "Brain Camp," both co-written with Susan Kim, were published in 2010 by First Second Books at Macmillan. "Brain Camp" became a Junior Literary Guild Selection and a Scholastic Book Fair Selection and was chosen as one of 2013's Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). The first installment of our Young Adult novel series, "Wasteland," has just been published by Harper Collins.
I wrote the teleplay, "Me and Jezebel," for American Movie Classics and the screenplay, "Disobedience," with director Tony Gerber for Killer Films. My screenplays, "One Bedroom" and "The Un-usual Suspects" were written for Tri-Star and Warner Brothers and "Mr. Nice Guy" optioned by Viacom. My work for children's TV includes "Corduroy" for USA Network and the syndicated "Adventures of Superboy." I was featured in the "HBO New Writers Project."