Margaret McAleese is a playwright. Her produced plays include Black Mayo, Salley's Garden, Captured, Air Tight, Seven Sisters and There's a Girl in Boston. Her essay "From Haystacks to Handbrakes" is a past winner of the annual "My Brooklyn" writing festival. Margaret has also contributed as a writer for a 24 Hour Novel project and two 48 Hour Film Projects. A native New Yorker, she now lives in a renovated mill along a New Hampshire river, and every day is astounded that the view out her windows is no longer a brick wall ten feet away. Available at her Web site and @MaggieMcAleese.