Author: Margaret Sullivan

Writer, artist and public educator Margaret Sullivan was born in China and has lived and worked in Asia and Africa as well as the United States. Her column, "A Grandmother on...", appears in the Huffington Post. Her publications include the award-winning book, Can Survive, La, Cottage Industries in High-rise Singapore (Graham Brash, Singapore 1985; 1992) and a children's book, The Philippines: Pacific Crossroads (Dillon Press, 1998). She edited Change and the Muslim World (1981), was active in addressing issues of change for wives of US Foreign Service officers, and was Associate Director of the Asia Society's Washington Center. Her paintings and photographs have been exhibited in Indonesia, the Philippines, Sierra Leone and Washington DC.

Fragments From a Mobile Life
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Fragments From a Mobile Life

Red Mountain Press

Literary Nonfiction. Starting in China, ending in Virginia, and girdling the equator, Sullivan's mobile life, has been lived in evolving fragments of time and place. Rooted in family, her life spans changes in the post-colonial world and women's liv...

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