The only child of British-Guyanese immigrants, Pamela A. Lewis was born and raised in Jamaica, Queens. From an early age, she was attracted to the arts, particularly music and the visual expressions. She seriously considered pursuing a career in music and attended the High School of Music and Art (now part of the LaGuardia School of the Arts), where she earned her diploma with a concentration in instrumental music (in flute). French was a close second to the arts, however, and Pamela earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in French Literature with a minor concentration in German. Apart from brief stints at the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Pamela has taught French at the high school level for nearly 25 years, and currently teaches French at a Manhattan high school. In recent years, she has turned her attention to writing and has had some work published in The New York Times and various websites. For nearly three years, Pamela has been a regular contributor to The Episcopal New Yorker, writing on the religious art scene. Pamela still resides in Queens.

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