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Pam Thompson holds a bachelor's degree in women's studies, with a concentration in literature, from Yale College, and a master's in creative writing from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She is the author of Every Past Thing, a novel inspired by Edwin Romanzo Elmer's Mourning Picture, in the Smith College Museum of Art. Thompson has been a MacDowell Colony fellow and was the co-founder of Clockroot Books, which published innovative literature from around the world. She is currently working on Wednesday Whale, a novel about a utopian community set in contemporary New England. At Smith, Thompson has taught Reading and Writing Short Stories, and she currently teaches How to Live.