Pamela Stewart (b. 1953) has more than 150 pieces in publication with Shawnee Press and other major publishers. Several of her pieces have been honored by Creator Magazine in its ""Select 20"" anthems. In 2000, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation commissioned her to write a song cycle for chorus and symphony. Entitled “Sing for the Cure,"" it has been performed at Carnegie Hall and has been recorded featuring Dr. Maya Angelou as narrator. Ms. Stewart has collaborated with such well-known composers as Craig Courtney, Patti Drennan, Mark Hayes and Lloyd Larson. As a frequent speaker, she shares her experience with the art of lyric writing and the creative use of language in the traditional liturgical church.