Gordon Pengilly has written more than fifty plays for TV, film, radio, and the stage. His work includes Seeds, Swipe, Metastasis, Yours 'til The Moon Falls Down, Tom Three Persons, Tom Form and the Speed of Love, Contraption and They Don't Call Them Farmers Anymore which has been produced across Canada and abroad. His screenplay Drumheller or Dangerous Times won the 2003 Writers' Guild of Canada Jim Burt Prize. Gordon is one of the most prolific radio dramatists in Canada. In 1989 CBC selected The Ballad of an Existential Cowboy as one of its "Best of the Decade". He has also been nominated for a Peabody Award in 1993. His radio play, Seeing In The Dark received the 2007 BBC International Radio Drama Prize and was broadcast on the World Service. His newest play Flesh & Ghost was workshopped as part of FUSE 2009 at Theatre Calgary and was recently workshopped by Playwrights' Theatre Centre and then showcased at the Manhattan Theatre Club in New York with Broad Horizons Theatre. Gordon has been resident playwright or dramaturg for theatres and institutions in Edmonton, Calgary, Banff, Red Deer, Toronto, Victoria, New Brunswick, Ireland, and Texas. His first collection of plays Metastasis And Other Plays, published by NeWest Press received the 2009 W.O. Mitchell Book Prize.