Veteran print and broadcast writer Ray Pace is a member of the Authors Guild. He is founding President of the Hawaii Writers Guild, and a member of the Waimea Writers Support Group.
His works of fiction are:
Hemingway in Hawaii
Bearstone Blackie, Detective
Captain Mike's Honolulu Fright Night Tour, a ghost story.
His book, Hemingway, Memories of Les is a memoir dealing with Pace's friendship with Leicester Hemingway, author of My Brother, Ernest Hemingway.
Some of the places Ray Pace has worked as a writer:
The Miami News, Miami, Florida
The Ft. Lauderdale/Broward Tribune, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
West Hawaii Today, Waimea, Hawaii
Miami Magazine, Miami, Florida
Florida Keys Magazine, Key West, Florida
Honolulu Magazine, Honolulu, Hawaii
Beckett Basketball, Dallas, Texas
Broadcast News and Public Affairs:
WAXY, Miami/ Ft. Lauderdale
WSBR, Boca Raton
WCAI, Ft. Myers
WIIS, Key West
Pace has also worked for a consortium of record and video labels, handling publicity for the San Francisco Bay Area. The fifty labels featured jazz, country, new age, and blues. He lives in Waikoloa Village on the Big Island of Hawaii.