Articles Written By Pam Widener

Pam Widener lives in Greenwich Village and generally only ventures north of 14th Street when she needs a paycheck or to gaze at the Catskill Mountain Range. On other days, she prowls around downtown Manhattan in search of single blocks that intrigue and inspire her. Eventually she hopes this good old-fashioned street haunting will result in a book. Meanwhile her essays have appeared in a small smorgasbord of publications, including The New York Daily News, Tango, Creative Nonfiction, Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, and the sadly now-defunct Prison Life Magazine, where she was an editor for two years.