Kim-Anh Schreiber is author of the plays Kult of Konsciousness and Meatloaf. Her multidisciplinary work has been published and exhibited in outlets such as The Brooklyn Rail, littletell, Emergency Index, BWSMX, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, and elsewhere, and has been supported by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) and the New York Center for Book Arts. She has appeared in the film Two Plains & A Fancy, and the forthcoming projects Lone Pair, Dream Team, and Candy Ego, a sci-fi noir comedy written in collaboration with Ash Eliza Smith. She received her MFA in Writing from UC San Diego and is a PhD student in the Screen Cultures program at Northwestern University. Fantasy (Sidebrow Books, 2020) is her first book.
Above: Candy Ego (behind the scenes). Below, left to right, top to bottom: Two Plains & A Fancy (still), Dream Team (still), Dream Team (still), Candy Ego (behind the scenes), Lone Pair (press still), Dream Team (still), Candy Ego (behind the scenes), rehearsal for Meatloaf, Candy Ego (behind the scenes), Meatloaf (behind the scenes), Meatloaf (behind the scenes), Kult of Konsciousness (behind the scenes).