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Paula Zimmerman, American writer, other: visual arts. Recipient Essence of Best award Street News, New York City, 1990, mayor's letter of commendation City of New York City, 1992, letter of commendation McNeil-Lehrer journalist Roger Rosenblatt, 1994.


Zimmerman, Paula was born on February 26, 1949 in New York City.


Student, Indiana U., 1967-1969;student, New York University, 1973-1975.


Head public relations, Shiki's Restaurant, New York City, 1993;copywriter, Broadway Theatre Institute, New York City, 1995-1996;writer, Research Associations, Jersey City, 1995-1996.


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  • Other Work

    • Author: What Should I Do About Bruce?, 1993, (screenplay) Vinnie's Omega, 1994, (poem in cassette) Sunday Night Local, 1994 (Editor's Choice award The National Library Poetry). Co-author: (play) Historical Recreation of Union Square - Day of New York, 1994, Dreamers, Schemers, and Disbelievers, 1996. Contributor poetry to literary magazine.

      Appeared in films Howard Stern's Private Parts, Keeping the Faith, Above the Rim. Producer (videos) Times Square: Crossroads of the Worlds, 1998, Doll Show, 1999, Wail of the Goddess, 2000, City Lights, 2003 (honorable mention Putnam Valley Film Festival), Airborne, 2003, City Under Siege, 2004.


Chairman New York City Board Elections, 1991-1996. Public relations assistant Indiana Feature Project, New York City, 1994-1996. Tenant representative Holland House, New York City, 1996.

Mem.Met. Council on Housing, since 1986, Fund for Feminist Majority, since 1989. Member International College Astrology (scholar 1994), Soka Gakkai International (study certified, grup chief since 1994).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: dancing, astrology, film.


1 child, Alicia Zimmerman Hofstetter.

Alicia Zimmerman Hofstetter Zimmerman