Stephen Aubrey is a Brooklyn-based writer and theater-maker. His fiction and essays have appeared in Electric Literature, Publishing Genius, Commonweal, and The Brooklyn Review.

He is a co-founder and the resident dramaturg and playwright of The Assembly Theater Company, which recently received the inaugural Kitchen Sink Residency at Theatre Row. His plays have been produced at The New Ohio Theater, The Living Theater, The Ontological-Hysteric Theater, The Flea Theater, The Collapsable Hole, and Edinburgh Fringe Festival where his original play, We Can’t Reach You, Hartford, was nominated for the prestigious Fringe First Award. He has an MFA from Brooklyn College where he received the Himan Brown Prize and the Ross Feld Writing Award. He is an instructor of English at Brooklyn College and has taught workshops at Williams College, Wesleyan University, and Stella Adler Studio.