From Sardi's to Sicily The Biography of Marilyn Monroe: Marilyn's Secrets fifty years after her death

From Sardi's to Sicily The Biography of Marilyn Monroe: Marilyn's Secrets fifty years after her death

by Nancy Maniscalco Miracle


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Marilyn's Secrets are revealed for the first time, fifty years after her death. The author has, researched and documented, the human behind the image. And though chapters, and two plays, Here I am Mother, the real story of Marilyn Monroe and, Mama Mia Marilyn: An interview, the author unravels, not only the mysteries, about her life, but her death.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781482341331
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/02/2013
Pages: 122
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.29(d)

About the Author

Nancy Maniscalco Miracle is a published novelist, who was featured on the cover of Library Journal in 1979 when her first novel was released. A chapter of her first novel was published in an anthology of Italian American Women Writer's which won an American Book Award in 1985. Nancy studied at several universities in New York City, and received her master's in Creative Writing in Vermont. She has also taught writing at junior college in New York City, for the City University and in Hawaii. She has conducted workshops and lectured at Marymount College in New York City and has taught English Composition at Saint Louis School at Chaminade University in Hawaii. Nancy Maniscalco Miracle's work has been mentioned in La Storia: Five Centuries of Italian American Experience. She is an elected member of The Dramatists Guild of America for her work, Here I am Mother: The Real Story of Marilyn Monroe which has been read at the Fredrick Loewe room of the Guild on Broadway. Her play, which is included in this book, was mentioned on the events page of the Arthur Miller Society for her "portrait" of him. A reading of the play was written up by Ward Morehouse the third in his Broadway After Dark column, as "A powerful new play about Marilyn Monroe's relationships, and focuses on a daughter she never spoke of publicly. She is acknowledged in the Marquis Who's Who In America, and Who's Who in The World for both her work writing, teaching and also acting and administration of the Marilyn Monroe Foundation which she has been the president and founder of since 1985, and for her work pro se in dealing with the real biography of Nancy Cusumano/Marilyn Monroe. She has been effective in proving in court in two states, Monroe's Sicilian Heritage and her real geographical birth and family history. Nancy Miracle has researched and documented the real story of Marilyn Monroe. She has studied both Catholicism and Zen Buddhism extensively. She is also included in the Ibiza Times as one of the Ibiza International family
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