Len Jenkin is a playwright, screenwriter and director. His plays include Dark Ride, Pilgrims of the Night, My Uncle Sam, Careless Love, Limbo Tales, Poor Folk's Pleasure, Like I Say and The Dream Express and his adaptations of Ramona Quimby and The Invisible Man (Dramatic Publishing). His films include Blame It on the Night, Welcome to Oblivion, Nickel Dreams and American Notes. His works have been produced throughout the United States as well as in England, Germany and Japan. Jenkin also writes for television and the print media. His novel, New Jerusalem, was published by Sun and Moon Press, and his children's book, The Secret Life of Billie's Uncle Myron was published by Henry Holt & Co. He has been the recipient of many honors and awards including three Obie Awards for directing and playwriting, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a nomination for an Emmy Award, and four National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships. He is currently a professor in the Dramatic Writing Program, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.