Writer and scenic designer Marjorie Bradley Kellogg is the author of A Rumor of Angels, Harmony, the four books of The Dragon Quartet, and Lear’s Daughters. Her most recent work is Glimmer, a novel of climate change, published in October 2021.
She has designed scenery for Broadway, Off-Broadway, and for resident theatres across the country and in Europe. Awards include the 2014 Robert L. B. Tobin Award for Sustained Excellence in Theatrical Design; 2006 USITT Distinguished Achievement Award; 2002 Ruth Morley Design Award; 1995 Mary L. Murphy Award for Excellence in Design; the first Michael Merritt Award for Design and Collaboration (1994); Boston Theatre Critics Circle and Los Angeles Drama-Logue awards.
She taught at Princeton and Columbia, and was Associate Professor of Theater at Colgate University from 1995 to 2017. She lives in Franklin, NY, where she is the editor of The New Franklin Register, and sits on the board of the Otsego Land Trust.