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Portrait of Kim Ward

Kim Ward completed her bachelor’s in fine arts at Johnson State College with a focus in poetry in 1989 and received her MFA in performance poetry at Goddard College in 1998.

Her master’s thesis, Angel in the Fire, was shown at the 1998 Vermont Association for Theaters and Theater Artists Vermont Playwrights Showcase and was accepted into the Last Frontier Theatre Conference (Prince Williams Sound College) that same year. Her short poetic play, Light, was produced by MOXIE Productions as part of their Contemporary American Playwrights Series in 2007. She has had poetry published in the Green Mountains Review, Circumference, The Vermont Times, Metropolis, and the anthology, Birchsong: Poetry Centered in Vermont. She is the founding president of The Vermont Playwrights Circle, a nonprofit working to support Vermont writers in producing, improving, and staging local theater works. You can find out more about their work at www.vtplays.com. Ward currently teaches English Composition 101 and 102 and periodically assists with productions by the Norwich University student theater group, the Pegasus Players.  

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