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Doug Bost

Doug Bost is a writer living in Brooklyn. His screenplays include Diminished Capacity, Kubuku Rides (This Is It), Focus Group, and Policy of Truth. His radio plays include Dead Man’s Hole, Roadkil, The Dan, and The Bride in the Box. His short stories have been heard on station KCRW’s Unfictional.
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