"Pascale writes in the realm with the giants. She is one step past fantastic that is hard to define, and a little frightening, and yet we yearn to travel there as often as possible"
                        --Adam Armstrong
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About Me
Elaine Pascale has been writing for most of her life.  She took a break from fiction in order to give birth to two children and a doctoral dissertation.  She lives on Cape Cod, MA, with her husband, son and daughter.  She teaches a variety of courses at a private university in Boston: from English Composition and Communications to a Vampire Seminar.  Her writing has been published in several magazines and anthologies. She is the author of If Nothing Else, Eve, We’ve Enjoyed the Fruit, and the nonfiction book: Metamorphosis: Identity Outcomes in International Student Adaptation--A Grounded Theory Study.  She enjoys a robust full moon, chocolate, and collecting cats.