Pamela Hobart Carter's produced plays: A Few Things Remain--Centrifuge--Infinity Box Theatre Project/14/48, 2016; But New Thoughts Appear in our Minds and Burned--14/48, 2014; The Prescient Dr. Primrose--The Betty Plays,Theater Schmeater, 2012; The Ventriloquist, LiveGirls! Theater, 2010; It’s not in the P-I, (co-written with five other locals), North Seattle Community College, 2009.
Readings: The Robot Decision, Infinity Box Theater Project, 2013; Rook and Marcella Test the Waters, LiveGirls! Theater, 2012, and Rondo, LiveGirls! Theater, 2008.
Carter conceived and produced The Betty Plays for actor Betty Campbell in 2012. She writes poems (in Barrow Street, Sunday Ink, The Seattle Times, Halcyon,The Seattle Star), short shorts (in Quick Fiction, Fuck Fiction), and essays (in Recovering the Self, and in Teaching Young Children). She wrote a survival guide for adults undergoing orthodontia, Brace Yourself. She received her AB in geology from Bryn Mawr College and her MS in geology from Indiana University.