Playwright, writer, artist, and producer Imani Harrington’s writing and ideas on HIV/AIDS have been featured in numerous magazines, newspapers and abstracts, as well as at local and national conferences. She also writes reviews on theater and psychology and leads workshops and performances. Ms. Harrington has received many awards for her writing and her social and community activism, including Bay Area Poets & Writers Award for Fiction, the Giorno Poetry Award, and a PEN American West grant.
Ms. Harrington’s plays include Cut In The Blood/Ashes To Dust, Love & Danger, Do You Have Time to Die?, Afro-Diasporic-Amenisa-Diasic, and Master Swimmer. Her plays have been performed at theaters across the U.S., such as Exit Theater, Cleveland Public Theatre, and San Francisco’s New Conservatory Theatre. Imani Harrington’s work has been anthologized and featured in various publications and TV interviews.
Imani Harrington is currently working on a number of book, art, and film projects. In 2010, Ms. Harrington received a California Arts Council grant to work on a project that includes the use of recorded images of New Orleans both during and after Hurricane Katrina. To learn more about Imani Harrington’s projects, visit her website.