What’s New

IT’S HERE!

AS ALONE AS I WANT TO BE is now available on Amazon.com. You can order it today and from other booksellers in time. Here’s the link:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1949180174/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1541628350&sr=1-4&keywords=Pam+Munter

We’ll soon have our own web page just for the book. Awaiting reviews.

Adelaide is headquartered in New York City and Lisbon, Portugal. News updates to follow.

An essay originally published in bioStories, “Becoming A Real Girl,” is now in Adelaide Voices Awards Anthology. You can find the essay in the ARTICLES AND ESSAYS section on this website.

Pam has been nominated by Varnish magazine for the prestigious Pushcart Prize. Her essay, “The Hypnotic Danube,” appeared in its pages in October. This is the second nomination this year for best writing. The first came from the Desert Theatre League for Outstanding Original Writing for her two-act dark comedy, “Life Without.” You can find “The Hypnotic Danube” in the ARTICLES AND ESSAYS section of this website.

WELCOME TO THE NEW SITE!

Hope you like the new look! It’s thanks to my brilliant and talented son, whose company Square-Lines performs this same service (along with many others) for companies around the world.

For those who wish to read the two dozen or so articles that have appeared in Films of the Golden Age and Classic Images, you’ll find many of them online. If you can’t find them there, just send off a note to either magazine. They’ll be happy to send you copies.

In 2011, the singing, acting and musical careers came to an end. A half dozen films, two CDs, a dozen commercials and infomercials, live jazz/cabaret shows all over the country, countless radio and television interviews – it has been a great ride. Our Dixieland band, The Bees’ Knees, enjoyed a seven-year run. Thanks to all of you for your kind and persistent support over these years. And thanks to the people at Excellence in Media who gave us another Angel Award for “Best Stage Performance” for that last show in New York, “Hooked on Hollywood.” It was an upbeat way to end the cabaret career.

Now the focus will be on writing – essays, short stories, a deconstructed memoir (coming soon) and even a play.

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