Agnes Borinsky is a writer and performer, originally from Baltimore, currently living in Los Angeles. According to one critic, she writes “very light, very weird comedies that cut unexpectedly sharp.”
Her plays have been produced and developed by Clubbed Thumb, Playwrights Horizons, Target Margin, i am a slow tide, Page 73, Ensemble Studio Theatre, SPACE at Ryder Farm, the University of Pennsylvania, Masrah Ensemble in Beirut, Son of Semele in Los Angeles, Upstream Theater in St. Louis, and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. She has written essays on sex, God, politics, art, and gender for n+1, Tablet Magazine, Slate, Bitch, the LA Review of Books, and others. Sasha Masha, her first young adult novel, comes out from Farrar, Straus & Giroux Books for Young Readers in 2020.