Department of English
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
M.A. English – Creative Writing. San Francisco State University.
B.A. English – Creative Writing. San Francisco State University.
ADJUNCT FACULTY. University of Northern Colorado.
ADMISSIONS COORDINATOR. Colorado Department of Human Services. Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan. Denver, Colorado.
INSTRUCTOR. Mission College. Santa Clara, California.
Joseph Brady has been teaching at the University of Northern Colorado since 1996.
His courses have included College Composition, College Research Paper, Introduction
to Creative Writing, Introduction to Fiction, and Intermediate Fiction. In addition,
in 2009, he created, developed, and has since taught the Screenwriting and, later,
the Intermediate Screenwriting Courses.
He is in the process of creating and developing a Playwriting Course for a pending semester.
Joseph Brady received a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts Degree in English, with a concentration in Creative Writing, from San Francisco State University. His specific academic concentration was in Playwriting. His Master’s Submission, for example, was a full-length play.
His plays have had several readings in San Francisco, at the American Conservatory Theater, and in Denver, as a member of the Colorado Dramatists. He was a three-time finalist for the Lawrence and Lee Playwriting Award in San Francisco.
His play Trapdoor won the Lee Korf Playwriting Award in Los Angeles, and was produced as part of the Original Theater Works season there.