Alan McNarie


Alan McNarie is best known for the investigative articles he wrote for a decade and a half for the Hawaii Island Journal and its predecessor, Ka’u Landing.  But he’s also published travel articles, gardening articles, poems and an award-winning novel, Yeshua (Pushcart Press). Before turning to to journalism full-time, he was an English teacher for 20 years in Arizona, Missouri, Thailand and, ultimately, UH-Hilo, which finally cured him of academia.

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