Pamela Nocerino is a ghostwriter, actor, and teacher who once helped build a giant troll in the Rocky Mountains. She enjoyed a brief career on stage in Denver until she needed health insurance. Then, she taught public school students for over 20 years while raising her sons. Two of her short plays were selected for staged readings, and she has poetry within Gyroscope Review, Plum Tree Tavern, Splintered Disorder Press, Third Estate Art’s Quaranzine, Writing in a Woman’s Voice, and Capsule Stories. Most recently, Pamela has a short story in Jerry Jazz Musician and a poem in the upcoming March issue of Minnow Literary Magazine.
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