Dramatist and poet Craig Volk received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of South Dakota and an MFA in playwriting/screenwriting from the Yale School of Drama, where he twice won the Molly Kazan Award for best play. His stage dramas have been selected three times for the Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference and won the 2007 PEN-USA award for best drama. He teaches in the University of Colorado Denver’s Film and Television program. A Dust Bowl Book of Days, 1932 is his first work of historical bio-drama.
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