K.D. Carlson


Writers are often given the advice: write what you know. It's good advice, but I don't follow it. Instead, I'm  compelled to chase stories to understand what I don't know. As a result, many of my pieces tackle the intersection of socio-politics and the human experience. In a world too often divided into tidy groups of "us and them," my plays insist on the unruly mess of "we're all in this together."