Craig Pospisil is the author of Months on End, Somewhere in Between, Life is Short, and the collection Choosing Sides, published by Dramatists Play Service. Months on End received its world premiere at the Purple Rose Theatre Company, and has since had dozens of productions around the country as well as in Australia and Hong Kong. Somewhere in Between premiered at Detroit Repertory Theatre and has had over sixty productions, including ones in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Paris. He is also the author of the play The Dunes, which won Theatre Conspiracy's New Play Competition; the book to the musical Drift, music by Jeremy Schonfeld, which was produced at the New York Musical Festival; and the short plays Free, A Quiet Empty Life, Guns Don't Kill, The American Dream Revisited and many others. Mr. Pospisil is the Head Writer for theAtrainplays, and has written sixteen short plays and musicals for the ongoing twenty-four hour theatre project in which shows are written while riding the New York subway, including It's Not You, Tourist Attraction and The Best Way to Go, which are published by Playscripts, Inc. Other publications include Perchance in Best Ten-Minute Plays 2006, Guerilla Gorilla in Plays and Playwrights 2001 and On the Edge in the collections Under Thirty: Plays for a New Generation and Best Ten-Minute Plays 2005. His work has been seen at Ensemble Studio Theatre, New World Stages, Bay Street Theatre, Atlantic Theatre, City Theatre, Vital Theatre, West Coast Ensemble, and the Caldwell Theater, and has been performed in Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany and Hong Kong. A native New Yorker, Mr. Pospisil is an Artistic Advisor to the Winter Harbor Theatre Company, and is currently working on two new plays and a commission for a new musical.