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About the author
Pamela Jean Tinnen
Pamela is a curator, writer, and art dealer who works for a lot of places and does a lot of things. In her spare time, which is on its face an oxymoron, she enjoys playing the drums and writing her forthcoming novel.
She lives in Queens with her husband and their rescue-terrier, who they really thought would have gotten bigger by now.