Pamela Manché Pearce is a writer and award-winning visual artist living in New York. Her chapbook Widowland was recently published by Green Bottle Press (London).
The recipient of two Woolrich Creative Writing Fellowships from Columbia University, Pamela is currently Poet-at-Large on Planet Poet’s Words in Space show on WIOX’s The Writer's Voice Poetry Hour. She’s a certified Amherst Writers and Artists Method leader and regularly conducts poetry and memoir workshops for nonagenarians. As the former Director of Events and Publicity for the PEN American Center, Pamela produced over 250 literary events.
Her poems are widely published and anthologized in the US and abroad and can be found in The Widows’ Handbook, published by Kent State University Press, ArsMedica, The Brooklyn Review, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art’s “Between I and Thou” exhibition compilation, MondoGreco, and Samba.
Widowland is the debut poetry chapbook of the writer and visual artist Pamela Manché Pearce. Published by Green Bottle Press (London), Widowland is about having and losing. It is a heartfelt and sometimes searing account of the poet's thoughts and feelings after the death of a husband.