Nicole L.V. Mullis loves storytelling, whether on the stage, through the page, or over coffee. She is a produced playwright, a Battle Creek Enquirer columnist, a Mosaic storyteller, and the author of “A Teacher Named Faith”. She lives with her family in Michigan, where she works as a freelance writer. Currently, she is earning her M.F.A. in playwriting at Western Michigan University.
2020 Fusion 15th Annual Short Works Festival 2nd Seven playwright; 2020 Gwen Frostic creative nonfiction finalist: “Timely Lesson. Late Gratitude”; 2020 Gwen Frostic playwrighting finalist: “Security Blanket”; 2019 MAPME newspaper contest – Second Place for Best Column; 2019 Fusion 14th Annual Short Works Festival 2nd Seven playwright; 2019 Finalist in Theatre Kalamazoo’s 7th Annual New Playfest; 2018 Michigan Press Awards – Second Place for “Best Column”; 2017 Edmond Driftwood Players’ 8th Annual Festival Of Shorts finalist [Audience Choice Winner]; 2017 Tipping Point Theatre Sandbox Festival finalist; 2017 Fusion 12th Annual Short Works Festival finalist; 2017 Finalist in Theatre Kalamazoo’s 7th Annual New Playfest; 2014 Finalist in Douglas Morrison Theatre CageMatch; 2014 Gertrude Stein Award Finalist; 2013 Recipient of the Robert J. Pickering Award for Playwriting Excellence; 2013 Finalist in TLC Production’s Canton One-Acts Festival; 2007 Finalist in Glimmertrain’s Family Matter Competition; 1995 Winner of ASMSU Undergraduate Playwriting Competition; 1994 William Randolph Hearst Special Merit Award in Feature Writing