Constance Hale

Constance  Hale

Constance Hale is a Hawaiian-born journalist located in San Francisco who has been covering Hawaiian culture for over twenty-five years. The Atlantic, National Geographic Adventure, Afar, Smithsonian, Los Angeles Times, Miami Herald, and Honolulu have published her award-winning features on slack-key guitar, the sovereignty movement, the Hawaiian language, Big Island cowboys, and Spam sushi. She's also worked for the Oakland Tribune, the San Francisco Examiner, Wired, and Health magazines as a staff reporter and editor. She is the author of three books on language and literary style, including the best-selling Sin and Syntax, and an eight-part series on how to write a sentence that can be found on the New York Times Opinionator. Hale began dancing the hula at the age of seven and participated in May Day events every year at Hale'iwa Elementary School before moving on to ballet and jazz dance at Punahou School and Princeton University.

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