Writing under the imprint of Stone Harbour Press since 2009, Pamela Johnson supports small presses and those self-publishing authors who work toward artistic endeavors.

With the knowledge that many great and influential books are the result of independent publication, and that freedom of the press is an essential component of a free society, Stone Harbour Press advocates the dissemination of new visionary and inclusive ideas, discoveries, and entertainment.

Pamela Johnson was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, and migrated to Berkeley, California, in 1966. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of UC Berkeley in anthropology, she went on to earn master’s degrees in education at Mills College and in English at Holy Names University, both schools in Oakland. A former teacher and university professor, she is actively involved in social and environmental issues.


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