In my time living in Seoul, I’ve had the good fortune to be published in various magazines and anthologies as a travel writer, poet and short fiction writer.
In 2010 I wrote a few articles for Groove magazine, two travel pieces and one review. One travel piece, titled The Ladies Side (click to read), recounts a stressful adventure with the locals at a border closing ceremony between India and Pakistan in Amritsar India.
Another, entitled A Colourful Celebration (click to read) describes an experience with celebration of life and death in Katmandu, Nepal.
I also wrote a review for the Non-Violent Communication Centre’s English training and practice program, the article of which is now lost, unfortunately.
In 2010 some of my poetry and fiction was selected and published in the Seoul Writer’s Group annual anthology, Every Second Sunday. My spread included a selection of poems and a short story under the titles On Love and Travel in Asia, Selected Poems and In Hindsight: A Deeper Mantra (short story). The short story later went on to be published in a Canadian Anthology, featured in another blog post.
Another poem, Bed Solo, was featured in the subsequent anthology entitled Out of Place in 2011.