There are no recent bookmarks.

Frank DiPalermo

Frank DiPalermo received his MFA in fiction from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. In 2020 two of his poems were finalists in the Steve Kowit Poetry Prize, a flash hybrid piece appeared in Ruminate magazine, a short story appeared in Beyond Words (an anthology of queer fiction), and two essays appeared in The Whole Alphabet (an anthology of essays by queer authors). He is currently at work on his novel, Singing in Tongues, about a queer young man born into a Catholic Charismatic family.

Playing The Professor in Cygnet Theatre’s Life Sucks marked his return to the stage after a long, long absence.

He is a regular performer with So Say We All’s VAMPs (Visual, Audio, Monologue, Performance), a curated evening of storytelling (think The Moth, not Dr. Suess).


Age Range: 56-65
Gender: I identify as Male
Select Union: SAG-AFTRA
Height: 5' 11"
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Hair Color: Salt & Pepper

Contact information