Pamela Binnings Ewen

About me

Practiced law for 25 years, until exchanging my partnership in a large law firm for the writing life. I have six books published, one non-fiction, and five novels, including a three book series of historical fiction on two young women lawyers making their way in a man’s world in the 1970’s and 1980’s. My first novel, the Moon in the Mango Tree, is based on my grandmother’s story during the 1920’s,set in Siam, Paris, Lausanne, and Rome. This book won the 2012 Eudora Welty Memorial Award for fiction given by the National League of American Pen Women. I am President of the Northshore Literary Society in Covington, La., on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain, just across from New Orleans. I also serve on boards of The Tennessee Williams Festival in New Orleans, and The New Orleans Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society. New Orleans and metro area are home. My novels Dancing on Glass, Chasing the Wind, and An Accidental Life are all set there in 1974-1982.

From my website

The other side:

Dear Readers:  In my last blog on An Accidental Life, I set forth some examples of witness testimony on the fact that infants in late term abortions may survive and be born alive. It’s difficult to believe that in such cases there are people who take the position that a…

An Accidental Life – the Facts

In the next few days and weeks I will post facts relating to the trial in An Accidental Life, as well as more information about the rights of infants born alive during an abortion. Readers who are particularly interested in this might want to read the ‘author’s note’ in the…

Alligator Bait

“This picture reminded me of that story in the news yesterday about the man in Florida who had his hand bitten off by an alligator. The guy was a tour guide in one of those airboats that run through the everglades. He held a fish over the side of the…

 
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