Kimberly Bohman-Kalaja is an award-winning American playwright, screenwriter, author, & Fulbright.
Her plays include Night Moths on the Wing, The Shooter, Acts Without Words, and What Happened to Emmaline. Her screenplays include the award-winning short The Lesson.
Her book publications include Reading Games: An Aesthetics of Play -- a philosophical consideration of game theory in the production of Art (Dalkey Archive Press, 2007), and her plays and essays appear in published collections from The Louisville Review, The Four Courts Press (Dublin), The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies, The Journal of British Studies, The Irish Journal of Feminist Studies, The Irish Review, & Princeton University Library Chronicle.
She earned her BA in English Literature at Scripps College, her MA in Irish Literature from The Queen's University of Belfast (as a Rotary International Ambassadorial Peace Scholar), and her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Princeton University.
Kimberly has served on the faculty of leading universities, including Princeton University, NYU, & California State University, and as a Visiting Professor in the Department of English and Foreign Languages at the University of Tirana (Albania). She has been working with incarcerated students for over 15 years.
She is a proud member of Phi Beta Kappa, New York Women in Film & Television, and The Dramatists Guild.