Steve is a writes plays, fiction, and nonfiction works about Psychology. His article “The Power of Framing: It’s Not What You Say, It’s How You Say It,” was recently published in The Guardian, and his article “Metaphors can change our opinions in ways we don’t even realize” was recently published in Quartz. He is currently working on a popular science book about psychology.
His play “Signs” was winner of the Oregon New Play Prize, Finalist in the 2016 National Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, and received a commissioned to be developed and eventually produced at Artists Repertory Theatre. His story “The Placebo Addict” won first prize in the Stanford Bocock/Guerard Fiction Prize. He has been published by Samuel French, Inc., Dramatics Magazine, Leland Quarterly Literary Journal, produced by the Portland Fertile Ground Festival and the International Thespian Conference, and been recognized by the International Thespian Playworks Competition, YoungArts, and the Oregon State Thespian Playwriting Competition, and more.
The Guardian, 2017: The Power of Framing: It’s Not What You Say, It’s How You Say It
This Has All Happened Before: A Collection of Poetic Musings, 2018:
The Placebo Addict, 2017:
Samuel French, Inc., 2014: Thespian Playworks Anthology
Medium, 2017: Why art matters to me (artistic statement)
Steve’s Twitter Bot for Generating New Art: @theartistis