Loren-Paul Caplin has had a varied career in the literary and dramatic arts. His experience in film has involved him in writing and directing History of the World in Eight Minutes, producing Forbiddeb Zone, writing the original story for Lost Angels, and co-writing and co-producing Battle in the Erogenous Zone for Showtime.
His plays, "Sunday's Child", "Men In The Kitchen, "A Subject Of Childhood and "City Muzik" have been performed throughout the northeastern United States. "The Presidents", a play he co-wrote, has enjoyed a national tour and an appearance on PBS. His poetry has appeared in both the Paris Review and Rolling Stone. Caplin teaches screenwriting at Columbia University, Tisch School of Dramatic Writing at NYU, and the New School University. He lives in New York City with his wife, painter Jenne van Feghen.