Bio

Enid Cokinos began her creative writing journey in 2014. Since then her plays have been produced in Indiana and Connecticut and include: Dear Mavis (2019 DivaFest – Indianapolis, IN), Night Train (Suffield Players’ New Faces 2016 program – Suffield, CT), Fairy Godmother & Associates (2016 IndyFringe DivaFest – Indianapolis, IN), Now and Then (2016 DivaFest), and Sweet Virginia (2015 IndyFringe/Indiana Writers Center Short Play Festival – Indianapolis, IN).

In addition, Now and Then, was a finalist in the Midwest Dramatist 2018 Conference held in Kansas City.  That same play received Honorable Mention in the Fall 2017/Winter 2018 Helen-Jean Play Contest based in New York’s mid-Hudson Valley.

Enid’s short fiction and non-fiction pieces appear in various online journals including Flying Island Literary Journal, Medium (formerly 1:1000), and Story Circle Network’s Anthologies. Currently, she is writing several new plays and a children’s book.

Enid holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Indiana University and she is a proud member of the Indiana Writers Center. A native of southwest Michigan, Enid has gathered a treasure-trove of material while crisscrossing the country for family and career. She now lives in Carmel, Indiana with her husband, Todd.

You may contact Enid at enidcokinos@indy.rr.com.


*Photograph by Becki Roach, Rebecca Roach Photography

  1. Thank you so much for “Night Train” – it was lovely (and intimidating) to have you in the audience in Suffield yesterday, but we so enjoyed bringing your play to life! Please keep writing! It was wonderful to meet you in person, and thank you for the beautiful roses – they are spectacular!

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