Monice Mitchell Simms

Award-winning Screenwriter, Producer, Director, Author



  • A Writer’s Hack: 7 Steps to Finally Finish Your Book or Screenplay
  • Inspired Authors Indie Publish
  • Necessary Narratives: The Sociology of Storytelling
  • Screenwriting
  • Producing
  • Scripted Podcasting


  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
Go Back


Monice Mitchell Simms is an award-winning screenwriter, author, filmmaker, playwright, journalist, podcaster and a 2019 Producer Guild of America Diversity alum.

“Redeemed,” the film she adapted to the screen, is currently streaming on BET+. She wrote, produced and directed “Carmin’s Choice” and “Rain,” for Showtime.  And she co-wrote and was a producer of the documentary, “Two Classes of 1968,” which premiered in 2021 and will be making the festival rounds in 2022.

Monice has also penned seven books, including her children’s tale, “Nana’s Fridge,” and her historical fiction novel, “Address: House of Corrections,” is also a fan favorite audio drama on Soundcloud, Stitcher, and Apple scripted podcasts.

A native daughter of Detroit, Monice holds a BA in journalism from Wayne State University, a MFA in film from Columbia College Chicago and is pursuing a Ph.D. in Sociology.

Monice has a slate of original and adapted projects in development.

Media Gallery

© 2024 Entertainment Speakers Bureau. All rights reserved.