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Arlene Bozich is a bacon-wrapped enigma traveling the United States as a nomad. And to answer your questions; yes she did see the movie "Nomadland", yes she did spend time in a lot of the same places, no she did not get to meet Francis McDormand.
Bozich graduated with her B.A. in Theatre and English from Purdue University as an Outstanding Senior in 2014. She immediately went to grad school (because she knew if she got off the academic schedule she would never go back) and received her M.F.A. in Acting in 2017. Within two weeks of graduating she was hit by a semi-truck and used the money to move to New York City, where she produced two shows with friends over 3 years. She's coached actors and writers personally from time to time to help them improve their storytelling techniques.
As a storyteller, Arlene writes everything from short stories to full novels to stage plays, screenplays, and everything outside and in between. She's a member of the Dramatist's Guild, a regular at the Living Room Reading Series, and very proud of the two horrible novels she wrote before age 25 that will be poached mercilessly for better stories in the future. You've gotta fail to learn and Arlene is the Queen of Failure. The thing is, she's too stupid to quit trying.
To read her plays, visit her New Play Exchange account. To stalk her virtually, visit her website or follow her Instagram @arlenebozichwashere. For everything else, there's Mastercard.
The Storyteller's Cookbook
Arlene's writing workbook, "The Storyteller's Cookbook", will be released July 25th and is available for preorder now. It's the perfect gift for the writer in your life, the hobbyist who needs some extra help, or else for anyone with a story rattling around in their brain and no idea how to get it onto the page. Beat Writer's Block - order "The Storyteller's Cookbook" today!
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