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

  • Twitter’s double-edged sword

    Defense lawyer: “Even before jury service, you had an understanding that tweeting could lead to contempt charges?” Jury foreman: “I just imagined ...

  • Child’s play

    “Easy to do — exciting, new, creative craft for the entire family. Intended for ages 8 and up.” — From the packaging on a bottle cutter kit ...

  • Confessions of an outport lass

    Christmas and feasting are synonymous for most of us. Many of our favourite memories of the holiday season are wrapped up with recollections of ...

  • Fragments

    First picture: a young woman, slightly bent, stands by the side of a line of parked cars. She is crying and screaming into a cellphone. Her left ...

  • Fragments

    First picture: a young woman, slightly bent, stands by the side of a line of parked cars. She is crying and screaming into a cellphone. Her left ...

  • Till death us do part

    “And if the darkness is to keep us apart And if the daylight feels like it’s a long way off And if your glass heart should crack And for a second ...

  • 10 short found poems about Muskrat Falls

    (Columnist’s note: I wish more people could get out to the House of Assembly to hear our MHAs in full oratorical flights of fancy, or even ...

  • None of your business

    “The more you leave out, the more you highlight what you leave in.” — British author Henry Green (1905-1973) The provincial government ...

  • Muskrat Falls reports you have not read

    The provincial government is continuing its full-court press for the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project, rolling out report after report ...

  • Penashue’s silence speaks volumes

    “This House cannot function without an open, accountable, and independent ethics process; and the molestation of that process by the majority is ...