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

  • The paean of winter

    My sister is in Italy; our daughter is planning a tropical getaway.But I do not envy them their pretty piazzas or sun-warmed sands;languid ...

  • The Kingmaker

    “I think there’s a point in time when politicians should move on. ...,” he said in 2007, taking a swipe at Brian Peckford.“Hopefully, I can live ...

  • There ain’t no app for love

    I’m not an old-fashioned girl (OK, so strictly speaking I’m not a girl, but let’s not be ageist); still, there are some things the old school ...

  • Karma chameleons

    In it, Allen plays a tightly wound hypochondriac named Mickey, who, fearing he has terminal cancer, desperately seeks solace — and perhaps ...

  • Excuses, excuses

    So, Premier Tom Marshall has called for a review of Bill 29, a piece of access legislation that former premier Kathy Dunderdale once hailed as ...

  • Everyone’s hitting the reset button

    Want to get rid of your messy past? No worries, just “hit the reset button.” Honestly, that phrase has been overused in this province lately to ...

  • Farewell, Madame Premier

    Inside, loud chatter bounced off the hard surfaces of the legislature lobby, made colder and more austere by the construction underway. A phalanx ...

  • Exit strategy

    So, the latest Angus Reid poll finds Premier Kathy Dunderdale still at the back of the pack when it comes to the popularity of premiers in the ...

  • A crisis of confidence

    When the power outage struck last weekend, I did not experience a personal crisis.It was no fun for my husband and I to try to shovel a massive, ...

  • Typo’s make me crazy

    I suffer from an affliction. The nature of my malady is related to my profession, and I fear it is incurable.Others of my ilk are similarly ...