Writes words. Right Words. Written to be remembered.
Magazine writing, newspaper reporting, travel and tourism, personality features, business and economic development, health care, how-to and consumer topics.
Read Pam's recent articles:
Remembering the Trail of Tears -- January 2018 -- Commemorating the 180th Trail of Tears in Georgia
Keeping Track of our fine feathered friends -- February 2018 -- How to take part in the Great Backyard Bird Count
Along the garden trail -- May 2018 -- Explore the new North Georgia Garden Trail
Peep, peep! -- July 2018 -- The joys of pet chickens
Operation Love -- July 2018 -- Jail dog training program gives inmates hope
The King of Soul -- September 2018 -- All about the Otis Redding Foundation
An act of love and remembrance -- November 2018 -- Fayetteville woman honors veterans' service with memorabilia exhibit
The Tennessee Magazine
Traveling to History -- October 2018 --Tennessee's story of the Trail of Tears
Sprouting Young Gardeners at Home -- March 2018 -- How-to for parents to encourage their kids to garden
Alabama Living Magazine
Carolina Country Magazine
Secrets of the Mountains – Oct. 2018 -- Highlights of little known attractions in the mountains of North Carolina
Mural Trails – April 2018 -- Follow the Appalachian Mural Trail to North Carolina's history
Lakeside on Lanier
Treasures, tastes and fun await in Gwinnett County – September 2018 -- Visit Gwinnett County for cool attractions, great eats and more
An uncanny knack to connect with her story sources keeps Pam top-of-mind for editors who expect readable and engaging articles on a variety of topics. She asks the right questions and uses analytical skills to go beyond the face-value of an issue to uncover interesting tidbits that give her writing depth and memorability.
Life experiences have equipped Pamela Keene with the ability to quickly grasp complex story topics and make them understandable and appealing.
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Pamela A. Keene Journalist