LILY BLAU is a television writer, playwright, and journalist. Current television projects include GILT, a period drama for Sony/Astronauts Wanted; FREE TO FALL, a YA series for StyleHaul, adapted from the novel by Lauren Miller; and WE ARE THE HOLLOWAYS with Lindy Goldstein Productions and Pinewood Studios/Twelve Town. Select additional television projects include: One-hour dramas: SALEM PREP, SIDE BY SIDE, AMONG US and THE WILD. Half-hour comedy: EVERYTHING’S BETTER IN BUTTONWILLOW. 

Select theatrical projects include: THE MISSING PAGES OF LEWIS CARROLL (World Premiere: The Theatre at Boston Court, 2015, Los Angeles; recipient of: Scenie Award - Best World Premiere Plays of 2015; Sage Award - Playwriting); and THE LADY IN GOLD, adapted from the non-fiction book by Anne-Marie O’Connor (developmental workshop: The Stella Adler Studio, New York City, 2013); THE GIRLS PLAY (Winner: Best Script, Vignettes Festival, New York City, 2011), and THE SEVEN SEDUCTIONS OF TAYLOR SWIFT (LA Fringe, contributing writer). 

As a journalist, Lily has written essays and articles from a feminist perspective on subjects ranging from art, to the economy, to stripping. Her work has been published by the Huffington Post; Sirens Magazine (now Sexy Feminist Magazine); Alternet; and Mercer Street, among others. Blau holds a BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with concentrations in writing, drama, and French. She is originally from the Boston area, and currently resides in Los Angeles.