KIM POWERS is an Emmy and Peabody-winning writer (for
his 9/11 coverage) who’s worked at both ABC’s Good Morning
America and Primetime. A graduate of the Yale School of Drama, he wrote
the screenplay for the festival-favorite indie film “Finding North,”
which plays frequently on the Sundance Channel and is available on DVD.
He was also a staff writer for the AMC series “The Lot.”
Prior to writing, he was an executive developing numerous projects for
various film and TV companies in New York, and was a producer for PBS’s
“Great Performances.” A native Texan, he currently lives
in New York City and Asbury Park, New Jersey, with his partner, Tony
winning costume designer Jess Goldstein, and their dog Scoop.
like to give special thanks to Australian artist David Bromley, whose
wonderful painting is on the cover.
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