Pam Munter is a retired clinical psychologist, former performer, and film historian and has earned six higher-education degrees. Her many lengthy retrospectives on the lives of often forgotten Hollywood performers and others have appeared in Classic Images and Films of the Golden Age. More recently, her essays and short stories have been published in more than 150 publications, such as The Matador Review, Literary Yard, Sad Girl Review, The Rumpus, Remington Review, The Willow Literary Magazine, as well as many others.
Munter has authored several books, including When Teens Were Keen: Freddie Stewart and The Teen Agers of Monogram (Nicholas Lawerence Press, 2005) and Almost Famous: In and Out of Show Biz (Westgate Press, 1986). Her memoir, As Alone As I Want To Be, was published by Adelaide Books in 2018. Her play Life Without was nominated four times by the Desert Theatre League, including the Bill Groves Award for Outstanding Original Writing and Outstanding Play (staged reading). She’s a Pushcart nominee, has an MFA in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts, and lives in Palm Desert, California.