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 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. Started out as an ESL instructor in Vancouver, then was a federal public service employee, and finally an education researcher before going to teach English in South Korea in 2007. Waldern has always been involved in community and anti-imperialist activism, and is an advocate and network coordinator for teachers working abroad today. Likes languages, films, music, art, nature, walking and general physical recreation. She's always known she would be a writer and it is now part of her conscious identity. Today, my novel called "Take Care" can be found in the special collections of the Simon Fraser UniversityLibrary, and hard copies of my short stores (creative non-fiction) are on the shelves of that same library plus those of the Vancouver Public Library Main Branch, not to mention the library at my workplace, Busan University of Foreign Studies.

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