KEVIN SCOTT is a novelist ("The Boys in the Brownstone"), screenwriter ("Key Exchange"), playwright ("Hide Your Love Away"), and critic whose arts reviews have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and other publications. He teaches screenwriting courses (Writing the Short Screenplay, Fundamentals of Dramatic and Visual Writing, Preparing the Screenplay) to undergrads at NYU. He taught film history at Princeton and for many years was Literary Manager of the New Group Theater in New York City, as well as a staff educator at the Museum of Television and Radio (now The Paley Center). He wrote the screenwriting section of the CD-rom set, How To Make Your Movie: An Interactive Film School. He contributed a short screenplay to Rajko Grlic's compendium film, From Paris to Istra. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Princeton University.