Kerri Kochanski is an author and playwright. Her work has been performed throughout the United States and Canada, and off-off Broadway. Plays include: CREEP, THE FOOD MONOLOGUES, THE PINK PLAYS, THE MARRIAGE PLAYS: TILL DEATH DO US PART, COMMUNICATING THROUGH THE SUNSET, SPITTING DAISIES, and numerous short plays and monologues. Excerpts from her dramatic work have been performed in various thespian festivals across the United States, and have been published in anthologies by Smith & Kraus, Meriwether, Dramatic Publishing, ICWP, Cengage Learning, and Applause Books. She is the author of the book, QUIRKY AND DRAMATIC MONOLOGUES, and the pop culture/humor book & blog, 1,001 PEOPLE THAT SUCK. She is a resident playwright with Emerging Artists Theatre, an off-Broadway company. Her work has received support from the NJ Council for the Humanities and The Puffin Foundation (3 Artist/Producer Grants).  She received a MFA in Playwriting from Columbia University.