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About the author:
Alex Clermont is a writer born and raised in New York City where he received his BA in English creative writing from Hunter College.
Alex has been a contributing writer to Beyond Race Magazine, Turntable Magazine and several other publications covering and interviewing independent artists and musicians.
Alex's fiction has appeared in the anthologies The Bodega Monthly and Every Second Sunday-a collection by authors from around the world. He has been also appeared in the online literary journal Foliate Oak as well several other print and online publications.
He's the author of the independently published, Eating Kimchi and Nodding Politely, and in 2013 he self-published a short story titled, "Missing Rib," which has had several reviews on Amazon and features a 4.5 star rating.
Eating Kimchi and Nodding Politely
Stories About Love, life, Death, and Discovery From an American in South Korea
Imagine leaving behind everybody and everything familiar to live in a foreign country where you don't know a soul. Worst yet, you speak the language, your cultural norms match apples and oranges, and you can't get a date to save your life.
Imagine you wrote a book about your time there...
Eating Kimchi and Nodding Politely: Stories About Love, life, Death, and Discovery From an American in South Korea is a collection of snapshots that cover the two years that Alex Clermont lived in the country of South Korea as an English teacher. Scribed with a flair for humor, emotion, character and depth, these introspective narratives don't act as a travel guide. Instead, they are creatively written windows into the life of someone discovering new things about himself, the world, and the people who he shares it with-all while stuffing his face with kimchi.
- Publication Date:
- May 15 2012
- 1477484795 / 9781477484791
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Travel / Essays & Travelogues