Kathleen Wheaton traveled the world as a journalist, experiencing first hand how it is to be a cultural outsider. Her award-winning book, Aliens and Other Stories, is a loosely-linked collection of stories about people in exile. How do such people live, away from their families and friends. Kathleen's stories are poignant, heartbreaking, hopeful and relevant. The book won the Washington Writers Publishing House award for fiction.
Join Kathleen Wheaton and me Tuesday, February 25, 10-11 A.M. CT US for a discussion on how generations confront a legacy of loss and longing.