Pamela Graves, M.A.

Adjunct Lecturer Humanities & Social Sciences

Letenska 5, Prague 1

Pamela Graves is currently an adjunct instructor for Anglo-American University and teaches ESL courses for James Cook Languages, Jipka, and the School of Languages in Prague. Her Master’s degree is in English with an emphasis on creative writing.  Her publications include two articles about motorcycling, many short stories, and more recently, co-authored reports and publications concerning American Indian environmental and cultural issues. In the US she performed in several bands including Free Range Marmot, an indie band that has produced two EPs, Singing Strings, an amateur group that plays dulcimers and other instruments, and The Dulcileles, an instrumental and vocal group.


ESL, Academic Writing, Creative Writing, American Indian Environmental and Cultural Issues

Publications (selected)


  • Beauty Awake. Mausoleum 2003 
  • The Fen-Queen’s Bride. Best of Strange Horizons Anthology 2003 
  • In the Hands of a Torn and Dying God. Mausoleum. October 2002 
  • The Little Man and the Maid. Legend. #4, Autumn/Winter 2001 
  • The Fen-Queen’s Bride. Strange Horizon 2001
  • Winter Feed. Dark Horizons 39 2001 
  • The Temporary King. Chapbook by Flesh & Blood Press. December 2001 
  • Urbanus Legendae. The Steel Caves. #. Ezine 2001 Monster. The Steel Caves. #4. Ezine 2001


  • Dulcimer Finishing School. Dulcimer Players News Vol. 46, #3. August 2020 
  • An Ethnographic Assessment of Some Cultural Landscapes in Southern Wyoming and Idaho. Deward E. Walker Jr., Pamela Graves, Joe Ben Walker, and Dan Hutchison. Journal of Northwest Anthropology, Memoir 11 2015 
  • Ladies, Start your Engines: Femmoto 2007. American Motorcyclist June 2008 
  • Assessment of American Indian Occupation and Uses of the Cultural and Natural Resources of Grand Teton National Park and the National Elk Refuge. Denver, CO: National Park Service, Government Printing Office 2008 The Road to Moab. Roadbike. October 2007

Technical Reports for WRG, LTD

  • Shoshone-Paiute Ethnographic Study on Stibnite, Idaho. Task 2: Shoshone-Paiute-Bannock Interview Responses. Draft report for the Payette National Forest and the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Indian Reservation 2019 
  • Shoshone-Paiute-Bannock Ethnographic Study on Stibnite, Idaho. Task 1: Literature Review. Draft report for the Payette National Forest and the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Indian Reservation 2018 
  • Shoshone-Paiute Reliance on Fish and Other Riparian Resources. Phase II: A Reconstruction of Potential Traditional Fishing Locations in Three River Systems. With M.J. Walker. For the Shoshone-Paiute Tribe of the Duck Valley Indian Reservation 2017