Timothy Braun

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Timothy Braun (born 1975 in Muncie, Indiana) is an American author. He has published with the New York Times, and HuffPost. He has been a recipient of a Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Award, a Dorothy Norton Clay fellowship from the Mary Anderson Center for the Arts, a Warhol Fellow at the Santa Fe Art Institute, and the John Anson Kittredge. His plays have been produced at HERE Arts Center, The Off-Center, and Salvage Vanguard, among others. His 64 plays premiered at the Bowery Poetry Club in 2011. Braun has been a professor of writing in the School of Humanities at the University of Texas at San Antonio, [1] Braun in currently the Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing, Department of Literature, Writing, and Rhetoric at St. Edward's University.




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