Jeremy J. Kamps is a member of the Public Theater’s Emerging Writers Group and Esperance Theater Company’s Playwright-in-Residence. His work has been produced/developed with Company Cypher at the National Black Theatre of Harlem, Ugly Rhino, Dixon Place, Hudson Valley Shakespeare, The Amoralists and New York Theatre Workshop with an upcoming productions at The Fountain Theater (LA) June ’17 and Esperance Theater Co. (NYC) November ‘17.

Published/Award winning fiction: The Madison Review, The Little Patuxent, John Reid/Tom Howard Award, H.E. Frances Award, Lamar York Prize.

His plays have received recognition and awards including: The William Saroyan Human Rights Award Finalist 2016, Page 73 Semi-Finalist (2017), Ruby Lloyd Apsey Award winner, Goldberg Prize, Hudson Valley Writers Center and NYU Festival of New Works, TCG On the Road grant recipient.

He has facilitated drama and writing workshops around the world and with all ages as a means of social justice and community building.

MFA: NYU.