After spending a few years as a script reader for Egg Pictures and Miramax Films, Jami Brandli received her MFA from Emerson College where she now teaches screenwriting. Several of her short plays and films have been produced and she was a contributing writer to the Elliot Norton Award Winning play PS: Page Me Later, produced by Alarm Clock Theatre. In 2006, she was accepted as a Visiting Artist at the Kennedy Center for their Playwriting Intensive and has recently received a grant for playwriting from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. She is currently a Semi-Finalist for the Eugene O’Neill Center. Her short stories have been published in Salt Hill and Other Voices.
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