Dan Marmor is a writer from Long Island, New York. He graduated with a BA in creative writing from Stanford University and an MFA in dramatic writing from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. He also received an MS in Education from St. John's University in English Language Arts and teaches English at John Dewey High School. An excerpt of his novel, Recipes for Disaster won the Machigonne Fiction Contest from the New Guard Literary Magazine, and his stage-play, You Get Used To It, won honorable mention in the Goldberg Play-writing Contest of 2015. He has lived in England, Australia, and Singapore while exploring his craft. He spent time working on a chicken farm, in a bank, and as a blogger for feminine hygiene products. He likes hard rock, bowling, and driving with the windows down. He works as a writer's assistant for an Academy Award Nominated screenwriter and is developing projects for a variety of entertainment outlets.