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Pam's Latest Blogs

Jan.10.2014 - 7:59 pm
In 1981, our no-frills flight from Hong Kong on a Russian air craft flew us direct to Beijing. The only locals on our flight were Chinese soldiers with Northern faces, heavy dark...
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Nov.12.2013 - 3:50 pm
Hawaiian Santa
Mahalo to Red Room for promoting their authors and offering us unique opportunities to reach thousands (possibly millions!) of readers.  Gina Misiroglu worked with me on 5...
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Jan.12.2011 - 4:53 pm
Oahu Cemetary, one of the finest collections of 19th century graveyard art in Hawaii, a known ghost haunt
In Hawai`i, everything in nature—trees, rocks, wind, rain—evokes a chicken-skin ghost story.  It’s in the air, our blood, and retold on dark winter nights.  The hair on the back...
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Nov.15.2010 - 4:36 pm
Maui evokes exotic sunsets and romantic moonlit walks. But can a Maui vacation be relaxing when you’re accompanied by ‘tweens, who are in what my mother used to call, ‘the awkward...
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Comments from Pam

Dec.28.2010 - 8:21 pm
In response to: Maui with Tweens: A Perfect Family Day
Thanks for your comments, Max.  Yes, many times I wish I had the locals' insider tips while on vacation.  But you had...
Aug.18.2010 - 3:38 pm
In response to: Writer’s market thyself!: An Exclusive Article for Red Room
When I turned my manuscript into my agent she said to be sure to include my platform. Platform! I've been frantic...
Aug.05.2010 - 5:11 pm
In response to: Writing Help from This World and Beyond
Mahalo Susan! I appreciate your kind and generous support. Thank you for reading my blogs. Fond Aloha, PAM
Jul.31.2010 - 9:36 am
In response to: Embrace, a poem
This is one of the most powerful images in this inspiring piece. It instantly brings to my heart all the souls I love...
Jul.30.2010 - 10:27 am
In response to: Pat Protests and Promises to Picket
Great one, Gina! We should all go out an buy the book! So!

Published Reviews

Published by Alameda Magazine
The Seagull’s Gardener, by Pam Chun(PAM CHUN, 2012, PP. 236, $14)     Hawaii-born and Alameda-based writer Pam Chun has penned her third book, a memoir about...