Carrie Pomeroy’s essays and stories have appeared in The Laurel Review, The Silent Film Quarterly, Literary Mama, and CALYX, and in the anthologies The Saint Paul Almanac and Riding Shotgun: Women Write About Their Mothers. She also blogs for Home/School/Life magazine. In 2014, she won a grant from the Jerome Foundation to do research at the Charlie Chaplin Archive in Bologna, Italy, which let her combine her love of poring over old documents with her passion for gelato and pasta. She writes narrative nonfiction for children and young adults and lives in St. Paul, Minnesota, with her husband and two children.