Eva Schegulla / Fearless Ink

Artist / Creative (Individual)

Eva Schegulla is a full-time writer, publishing under multiple names in fiction and nonfiction (as Devon Ellington, Ava Dunne, and Cerridwen Iris Shea, among other names), and is an internationally-produced playwright and radio writer. She spent over 30 years working professionally backstage in theatre and television production. She experiments with mutli-disciplinary storytelling in word, movement, textiles, clay, film, fiber, paper, ceramics, soft sculpture, and other forms. Under the Fearless Ink banner, she writes copy, content, scripts (aural and visual), and marketing materials for a variety of artists and small businesses. She creates mission-specific entertainment for nonprofits, communicating their vision and values through memorable stories and characters. She created projects during residencies at Palenville Interarts Colony, Dorset Writers Colony, and Words Count, and has received Mass Cultural Council grants for her plays. She teaches online and in-person all over the world. Her work has been performed in NY, LA, Cape Cod, Florida, Minnesota, Virginia, London, Edinburgh, and Australia. Websites include: Fearless Ink, Pages on Stages, Devon Ellington Work, and her long-running blog on the intersection and writing life, Ink in My Coffee.

Primary Discipline

Theater - Playwriting

Additional Disciplines

Literary Arts - Fiction
Literary Arts - Spoken Word
Media - Digital
Media - Film
Media - Marketing / Advertising
Media - Television
Media - Video
Theater - General
Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
Visual/Crafts - Clay
Visual/Crafts - Dolls / Soft Sculpture
Visual/Crafts - Fiber
Visual/Crafts - Mixed Media


Arts Criticism / Journalism
Arts for Social Change / Creative Activism
Creation of a Work of Art (Including Commissions)
Writing Services
Workshops / Demonstrations / Master Class
Theater Technical Production
Consulting - Organizational Capacity
Marketing Services
Professional Development / Training
Performance / Concert / Reading
Professional Network Gatherings / Events
Residency - Community
Virtual Events
Community Arts


  • New York University -- BFA in film and television production, Tisch School of the Arts

Professional Associations

  • IATSE Local 764 (Wardrobe Union)
  • Sisters in Crime
  • PEN (Associate)

Additional Information

  • Year founded: 2010
  • Is a Teaching Artist
  • Approx. 6 events per year
  • Geographic Reach: Internationally, Nationally, City/Town-wide, State-wide
  • Seasons active: Year round