Pamela Des Barres: Writing Coach and Living Legend

February 10, 2017

Huffington PostI wish you could’ve heard my reaction when my friend Sheva first told me last year that Pamela Des Barres was teaching a writing class in New York City for two consecutive nights. “Miss P,” as Mick Jagger called her back in the day, was an icon of mine since the 1960s when she was a member of the all-girl LA-based rock band The GTO’s (Girls Together Outrageously). 

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