Playwright and Novelist
Amy Crider is a Chicago playwright and novelist, having studied at Goddard College, Second City, and Chicago Dramatists. Her work spans historical passions and futuristic enigmas, encompassing characters whose visions inspire impossible longings.
Most of her full-length plays are on the National New Play Exchange.
You can hear her work on the audio theater podcast Continuous Dream.
Recently: Enrolled in Master Class II at Chicago Dramatists .
Latest: Her murder mystery novel Disorder won the University of New Orleans Press Lab Prize and will be published in late 2021.
Fourteen has won the Tennessee Williams One Act Play Contest, 2021.