Meghan Greeley is originally from Newfoundland and holds a BFA in Theatre (Acting) from Sir Wilfred Grenfell College. She currently resides in Toronto, where she is completing an MFA in Screenwriting (York University). Her play Hunger was produced by White Rooster Theatre in 2015. Kingdom, also produced by White Rooster, premiered at the LSPU Hall in St. John’s in 2012.  It too toured to the Stages Festival and was later published in The Breakwater Book Of Contemporary Newfoundland Drama, Vol. 1. Her short play Brother, Brother, a winner of the InspiraTO Playwriting Competition, premiered at the Alumnae Theatre in 2015 and will be published by Playwrights Canada Press in its upcoming 10-Minute Play Anthology. Meghan’s scripts have been chosen for the RCA Playwriting Series, Cultivate Playwright’s Colony, the She Said Yes! Mail Order Dramaturgy Program, and twice for the Women’s Work Festival. Her poetry and prose have appeared in The Stockholm Review of Literature, Metatron, Riddlefence, Humber Mouths 2, and Nelson’s Literacy 9. Awards include 1st Prize in the Sparks Literary Festival Poetry Competition and the Magnetic North Playwriting Competition (Under 25). She is the Co-Artistic Director of Contra, which will be producing the Toronto premiere of Kingdom at the Tarragon Workspace in September.