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Author Bio (Short)

Audrey Bastian is a Freelance Writer and Interpreter in the DC Metro area.  Audrey won an Honorable Mention for her memoir, “Japanese Carp” in the 75th Annual Writer’s Digest Competition.  She is a member of the Association for Asian Studies.  She received her master’s degree from the University of Reading, UK in International Law and World Order.  Her bachelor’s degree is in History with a minor in Arabic from Brigham Young University.  She is now working on a narrative non-fiction book about the first Mormon missionary to Siam in 1852.

 

Author Bio (Long)

Audrey Bastian is a freelance writer and interpreter speaking Mandarin, Arabic and American Sign Language.  She won an honorable mention in 2006 in the Writer’s Digest 75th Annual Writing Competition for a memoir entitled, “Japanese Carp”.  She is a member of the Association for Asian Studies, the American Historical Association and the Mormon History Association.  She lived in various countries in Asia eight years and received her masters degree in International Law and World Order from the University of Reading in England.  Her bachelors degree is in History with a minor in Arabic.  She owns her own business and resides in Washington, DC.  She is now working on a narrative non-fiction book about the first Mormon missionary to Siam in 1852.

 

 

 

 

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