Profile of Pam Frampton

Pam Frampton is a columnist and the associate managing editor of The Telegram. She has a BA (Honours) in English Literature from Memorial University of Newfoundland and has worked as a journalist for more than 20 years. Originally from Trinity Bay, she lives in St. John’s. She is also chair of The Telegram’s literary prize committee, which oversees The Cuffer Prize.

All articles of Pam Frampton

  • Alzheimer’s onslaught

    It has indiscriminate tastes. Like Dr. Seuss’s Grinch, though far more sinister, it will eventually take every last crumb: your knowledge of what ...

  • We need a city for all seasons

    One of the great things about living in St. John’s is the abundance of opportunity to enjoy free recreational activities in the great ...

  • Dodging justice

    The justice system’s answer is, not always.In provincial court this week, a prominent St. John’s real estate agent was found guilty of income tax ...

  • Three men in a boat

    John Ottenheimer, Paul Davis, Steve Kent — one former minister and two current ones from a regime that was once buoyant, riding high on a big ...

  • Ottenheimer: a brief history

    We know no more about him now than we did when he leapt seemingly blindly into politics, so at least it’s not like we’ve broken up with someone ...

  • ‘I could have killed someone’

    The emotional debris field was a mile wide, reaching into all aspects of his life. He’s 52, well-educated and a respected research scientist. He ...

  • How the world treats women

    “Strange Fruit,” the haunting and disturbing song immortalized by Billie Holiday in 1939, was written in response to the lynching of African ...

  • The wild card

    Cabinet ministers Susan Sullivan and Steve Kent — both Kathy Dunderdale loyalists — were taking to the airwaves to talk about how Dunderdale’s ...

  • In contempt

    When Tom Marshall took the reins from Kathy Dunderdale earlier this year, he signalled he would lead a kinder, gentler regime; that he would ...

  • Life and death

    My parents and the church both instilled the notion that death would arrive at a time of God’s choosing; that we had no input into when our end ...