Nebraska Authors

Pam Barger

Born 1954 Lincoln, NE (USA)

A professional musician since age 17 and writer, Pam Barger has belonged to a number of musical groups, and has taught piano since 1983. Barger's chapbook The Pinball God Let Fly was released in 2007 and she has been published in multiple publications including The Mid-America Poetry Review, West Branch, Rattle, Woman’s Day, and The American Suzuki Journal. Barger has also been a contributor to many anthologies, including Times of Sorrow Times of Grace, Eye of My Heart: 27 Writers Reveal the Hidden Pleasures, and Perils of Being a Grandmother.

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE

Author Of

  • Music and Audio
  • Poetry

Keywords

Poetry; Music

Education

University of Nebraska, Lincoln, BA in Music, 1992

Occupation

English teacher, music teacher and performer.

Honors

John H. Ames Reading Series, Featured Reader, 20 October 2005

Associations

Ames Reader, October 2005
The Fab-Tones, keyboard and vocals

Bibliography

The Pinball God Let Fly. 2007. (Chapbook)
West Branch. (Contributor)
Platte Valley Review. (Contributor)
Sistersong: Women Across Cultures. (Contributor)
Mid-America Poetry Review. (Contributor)
Weber Studies. (Contributor)
The Nebraska Poets Calendar. (Contributor)
Nebraska Territory. (Contributor)
Poetry Motel. (Contributor)
American Suzuki Journal. (Contributor)

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