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Midge Guerrera, with her ever patient husband, Jack Huber, spends half the year on a farm in Italy and the other half in a New Jersey high rise. Her blog, Nonna's Mulberry Tree, features the food, fun and foibles of being a part-time expat in Pontelandolfo, a small Southern Italian village.

Midge often goes to her writing room - Bar Elimar in Piazza Roma, Pontelandolfo, stares at the medieval village tower and works on plays, books and now a don't measure cook book. It was there that she finished her book, "Cars, Castles, Cows and Chaos," available whereever

Her work has been published by Read Furiously, Next Stage Press, Applause Theatre and Cinema Books, New Jersey Performing Arts Center Learning Guides, Anchorage Press, and the American Alliance for Theatre in Education.

For the tenth anniversary of 9/11, theaters in four states produced Midge's response to the tragedy, "E-Mail: 9-12." That work, the children's one act Halloween play, "Wanda, the Girl Who Cried Witch," "Many Snows Ago," which explores the tales of Eastern Woodland Indians, and the Christmas holiday play, "Mamma Mia La Befana!?" are all published by Next Stage Press.

"Annarita," was selected for the Samuel French 29th Annual Short Play Festival.

Historic works I have written and directed include: Ruth St. Denis: The Dance Continues, commissioned by Somerset County Cultural and Heritage Commission and Vocational High School; a bi-centennial multi-discipline reenactment ; Turnabout commissioned by the Millstone Historic Society; Transitions, commissioned by the Somerset County Bi-Centennial Commission, re-counts the events that occurred in the Watchung Mountains in 1776; Crane Chronicles, commissioned by the Stephen Crane House and funded in part by the NJ Council on the Humanities; and the Stephen Crane: The Middle Years, commissioned and presented by the Stephen Crane Committee.

She has written over fifty plays for children. All produced by the Laffin’ Stock Company. "The Eagle and the Old Woman" is soon to be published by YouthPLAYS.

Her blog,, shares her expat experience with subscribers in Europe, United States, Canada, Australia and South America.
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E-mail:9/12, Wanda the Girl who Cried Witch, Many Snows Ago, Mamma Mia La Befana

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