Jules Corriere has written twenty-four plays, edited two books, and recently wrote and directed a radio-variety show. Her Chicago production, The Whole World Gets Well, won the Presidential Points of Light Award and toured London and Edinburgh. Other writing credits include "Let My People Go! A Spiritual Journey" performed at the Kennedy Center; and Turn the Wash Pot Down, featured in People Magazine and named by the South Carolina legislature as the state’s Folk Life Play. American Theatre magazine said of this play, "Even if Turn the Washpot Down doesn't save Union's life, it has already saved its soul." Jules is Co-Artistic Director and resident playwright of Swamp Gravy. She appears in the 2005 edition of Who's Who for her work in Theater Arts and Social Activism.