A true third culture kid, Sezin Koehler had lived in five different countries on three continents by the time she was 15. It was in the USA however that her best friend was executed in front of her one night, dying in her arms. She’s lived in six more countries since then, and is currently in Cologne, in Germany. A passionate defender of human rights, indigenous cultures and women’s interests, Sezin has (amongst others) worked for UNICEF, the Sioux Nation, Davos, Interfaith International, and Mars, Inc – the last position as a researcher into the history of chocolate in America.
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By Sezin Koehler
Published: October 16, 2011.
American Monsters, by Sezin Koehler and illustrated by Rose Deniz, is a post-modern volume of feminist horror — and a savage indictment of the rave scene. Includes gorgeous artwork and an appendix of thoughtful, moving essays on horror, rave and feminism.
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