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Short Bio

Pamela Ewen practiced law for 25 years, and recently retired as a partner from the law firm of Baker Botts in Houston, Texas. She is an experienced public speaker, including numerous radio and television interviews, and as a guest speaker for book clubs, reading groups, retreats, churches of all denominations, literary festivals, universities, and many other organizations.

Pamela has served on the boards of directors of Inprint, Inc (Houston, Texas), the Tennessee Williams Festival (New Orleans), the Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society (New Orleans) and currently serves as President and on the board of the Northshore Literary Society, St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana. The Moon in the Mango Tree is the recipient of the Eudora Welty Award for Fiction given by the National League of American Pen Women. Recently Pamela was honored with the 2009 Literary Artist of the Year Award by the Louisiana Arts Council of St. Tammany Parish.

For more information or to schedule speaking engagements or interviews please contact Pamela through this website or contact:

Binnie Syril Braunstein, Publicist
Press Kit Communications

Print & Web Interviews Interview

RelzReviewz Interview

Faulkner Society Interview

Inside Northside Magazine Feature

Audio Interviews

Listen to Pamela’s interview with Jordan Rich, WBZ Radio, Boston (September 25, 2006) on our search for universal truths as portrayed in Walk Back The Cat and Faith On Trial.

Pamela Ewen WBZ Interview

Listen to Pamela’s interview with Judyth Piazza, Editor of The Student Operated Press, about the heart and vision behind Walk Back The Cat

Pamela Ewen SOP Interview

Author Photos

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