About Kevin

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Kevin Stephany is an aspiring novelist and playwright. His influences include William Golding, Sinclair Lewis, Harold Pinter, Arthur Miller, Lynn Nottage and Robert Schenkkan.

Kevin blogs about local history and community theatre productions in the South Jersey area. He’s been writing for From the Front Porch: The Official Newsletter of the Historical Society of Moorestown since 2006. He also founded and served as the first editor of The CommUNITYcator, the newsletter of Toastmasters in Unity.

Kevin served as a Critique Group Leader for the South Jersey Writer’s Group.

Kevin currently resides in Cinnaminson, New Jersey. He can be contacted via email at kevsteph@aol.com.

7 comments

  1. I just read your bio with great interest. I’m a current member of His Toastmasters Voice in Mt. Laurel. We meet at Lockheed Martin. Love the group and the program. Are you still involved with TM?
    –Joan 🙂

    1. Joan:

      I haven’t been involved with Toastmasters for several years.

      It’s interesting you mention them. Back in 2008 I contacted then Mount Laurel Mayor John Drinkard. I asked that he declare October Toastmasters International Anniversary Month in town. He and the Town Council passed a resolution. At the time I was Area 5D Governor. He presented the proclamation to me at the Fall Humorous Speech and Table Topics Contest held in Mount Laurel.

      I tell people: “Mothers do a lot for society. There’s one Mother’s Day. Trees are important. There’s one Arbor Day. Toastmasters means so much to the Mount Laurel community that we get a whole month dedicated to us.”

      Thanks for reading my blog and Happy Toastmasters International Anniversary Month!

      Regards,

      Kevin

      1. Thanks so much for responding Kevin. No one in my club mentioned the October Anniversary in Mt. Laurel, so I wonder if they know. I’ll bring it up at our next meeting in a couple of weeks! Of course, you’re always welcome to visit us anytime if you would like.
        –Joan 🙂

  2. Hi Kevin. Tonight is the last night of “Jesus Christ Superstar” for the Collingswood Community Theatre company at the Scottish Rite in Collingswood. Would love to see what you think about the show if you could make it.

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