Liz Kerin is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter, and author, who earned her degree from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. On the film and television side, she was chosen for the 2016 Hit List and the Young and Hungry List, which names the top up-and-coming screenwriters in the industry. She is currently developing a number of Film/TV projects and penning book adaptations on assignment. Her own novel, The Phantom Forest, will be released by Inkshares in July of 2019. Playwriting honors include The Kennedy Center, Theatricum Botanicum, The Road Theatre, FringeNYC, and Unicorn Theatre. Her play Stop-Motion was recently awarded the 2018 Parity Commission and is in development with Parity Productions in NYC, with an eye toward an Off-Broadway premiere in 2020. She lives with her husband and two unruly dogs and enjoys traveling, the outdoors, baking (even though she’d be the first to be kicked out of the Great British Bakeoff tent), and musical theatre karaoke nights.
Parity Productions will present a staged reading of Liz’s play Stop-Motion on August 21st in NYC. The event is invitation-only. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP!
Please join us at the New York launch event for The Phantom Forest! A reading/signing will be held on August 16th, 2019 at 7pm, at The Strand. Per The Strand’s community-driven policy, all attendees are kindly asked to purchase a book of their choosing during their visit.
The Phantom Forest’s LA book launch will be held on July 30th, 2019, at 7pm, hosted by Book Soup in Los Angeles, CA. Liz will read an excerpt from her debut fantasy thriller, answer questions, and sign copies of the book. Attendance is free, followed by cocktails in West Hollywood!
The Phantom Forest is currently available for pre-order at all major retailers including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Indiebound, and Book Depository. The book is also available to add on Goodreads. If you’re a reviewer, educator, or librarian, advance copies are available upon request via Netgalley.
Liz’s play Stop-Motion, billed as a “multi-media tragicomedy” is currently in development with Parity Productions in NYC, after being awarded the Parity Commission Grant in 2018. Find out more here!