Pamela Laskin

Lecturer, Poetry Outreach Program

Main Affiliation

English

Building

North Academic Center

Office

6/260

Phone

212-650-6356

Pamela Laskin

Profile

Pamela L. Laskin is a poet and children's book author, with countless publications. She is the editor of two anthologies, LIFE ON THE MOON: MY BEST FRIEND'S SECRETS (Linus Publications,  2009), YA fiction and THE HEROIC YOUNG WOMAN, original feminist fairy tales  (Clique Calm, 2006).

Education

MA, SUNY Binghamton, 1981

Courses Taught

Children's Writing, Graduate and Undergraduate

Creative Writing, Beginning and Intermediate

Publications

RONIT AND JAMIL (Harper Collins, forthcoming, February 2017)


It’s All About Shoes, Women and Their Relationship to Shoes (Plain View Press, 2015) edited anthology
Homer the Little Stray Cat (Little Balloon Press, 2014) Children's Book
The Bonsai Curator (Cervena Barva Press, 2013) Poems

Presentations:
Featured guest poet, Austin Poetry Society, 2015. Panel presentation: Fractured and Feminist Fairy Tales
Art, Politics and Transformation with Poet Elana Bell, City College, April, 2015
Shakespeare Celebration: Scholarly presentation of RONIT AND JAMIL, April, 2016

INDIVIDUAL POEMS:
"Lost;" "Lost Boy;" "Awakenings." BIGCITY LIT.com, 2015
"Sudanese Civil War." RIVERUN, spring, 2015
"Glacier Walk;" "Survival." FRONT RANGE REVIEW, spring, 2015
"Disappearances." CONTRAPASSO,  winter, 2015
"The Land Fill Harmonic" COLERE, winter, 2014