Adam Pettle is a playwright, television writer, producer, and radio dramatist. He is a graduate of the National Theatre School and Dalhousie University. His plays include Therac-25, Zadie’s Shoes, Sunday Father, Mosley and Me, Rattle the Bones, and an adaptation of Parfumerie by Miklos Laszlo. Pettle was the co-creator and head writer of the popular CBC Radio drama Afghanada. He has written for several television series, including Rookie Blue and Saving Hope.