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ALISA MARIE COCCARI | WRITER & EDITOR

2013     CONTRIBUTING WRITER & CORRESPONDENT
Forbes Travel Guide, USA Today Travel, San Francisco Chronicle,
LIVESTRONG, Arizona Republic News and Naples Illustrated.

2012     EDITOR IN CHIEF
Home & Design Magazine | Naples, Florida

2012    WRITER
Your Home Magazine | Southwest Florida

2011     ASSOCIATE EDITOR & WRITER
Real Life Magazine | Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

2011-Present  WRITER
“The Hit Women” Autobiographical-style novel
for a music industry executive in Los Angeles, California.

2010   WRITER
The Resident Magazine | Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Good Taste Magazine |
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Explore Magazine
| Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

ADDITIONAL WORK:

2011  DIRECTOR
Edited and directed a children’s adaptation of William
Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Cayman Drama Society, The Prospect Theatre
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

2010 DIRECTOR
Children’s theatre director and educator, The Young at Arts
The Cayman National Theatre, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

2008-2010 PLAYWRIGHT
Original full-length two-act comedy Mis.con.ceived, which is currently
being workshopped and formatted for publishing.

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    All writing is copyright of AlisaCoccari.com Permission to use any such content will be both requested/granted in writing. Photography will only be used with written permission from the photographer and/or source. Alisa Marie Coccari has also been published under the nom de plume, Alisa Bowen.
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