Camelia in Winter

(Fiction). Novel about love and adventure on a Canadian artist's teaching stint in South Korea. While exploring Korea, past and present, she learns more about herself. She ends up settling questions of her own identity and relationships. More

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About Barbara J. Waldern

Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and a graduate of Burnaby Central Senior High School and Simon Fraser University, having studied English lit, French, Spanish, applied linguistics, social policy and anthropology.Has been an ESL instructor, a public service employee, and finally an education researcher before going to teach English in South Korea in 2007. There I taught English to children and in university, I also edit academic articles and translated texts. Waldern has always been involved in community and anti-imperialist activism, most recently as an advocate and network coordinator for teachers working abroad and locally. Likes languages, films, music, art, nature, walking and general physical recreation. Although writing poetry on and off for much longer, and with many academic publications and presentations to her credit, she's been dedicated to writing fiction and other categories of nonfiction since 2008. Today, copies of her stuff published since 2013 can be found in the special collections of the Simon Fraser University Library.I took courses in editing in 2016.

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