Joe Sarnicola

Joe Sarnicola knew he wanted to be a writer from the time he learned that comic books were written by real people, and that was before the Beatles invaded America. Since that time he has written and sold poems, plays, stories, and just about anything else that needs words. And that includes comic books. He wrote Kid’s Chronicle for the Catholic Courier, which was syndicated by the Catholic News Service and earned him a Best Family Column award from the Catholic Press Association.
He has won a number of poetry contests and has had three of his short plays produced. He currently writes a monthly education column for the Auburn Citizen, is ghost-writing the auto-biography of a woman who was abused in her teens, and is creator and writer of “Signs,” an apocalyptic comic book series that is 100% zombie-free.