The Brimming Void

The Brimming Void

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by Pamela Olson
     
 

Pamela J. Olson grew up in small-town Oklahoma and studied physics at Stanford University. After graduating, she bartended and traveled, winding up at a Russian summer camp on the Black Sea, in a Palestinian village in the occupied West Bank, and working for a Palestinian presidential candidate in Ramallah. She now lives in New York and published her first book,

Overview

Pamela J. Olson grew up in small-town Oklahoma and studied physics at Stanford University. After graduating, she bartended and traveled, winding up at a Russian summer camp on the Black Sea, in a Palestinian village in the occupied West Bank, and working for a Palestinian presidential candidate in Ramallah. She now lives in New York and published her first book, Fast Times in Palestine, in May 2011. (www.pamolson.org)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011449741
Publisher:
Pamela Olson
Publication date:
08/08/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
999 KB

Meet the Author

Pamela Olson grew up in small-town Oklahoma and studied physics and political science at Stanford University, class of 2002.

She lived in Ramallah, Palestine for two years, during which she served as head writer and editor for the Palestine Monitor and as foreign press coordinator for Dr. Mustafa Barghouthi’s 2005 presidential campaign. She's published stories and articles in CounterPunch, Electronic Intifada, Israel’s Occupation Magazine, and The Stanford Magazine among other publications.

In January of 2006 she moved to Washington, DC and worked at a Defense Department think tank to try to bring what she had learned to the halls of power. She eventually became disillusioned with the prospect of changing Washington from the inside, and in 2007, she left DC and started writing Fast Times in Palestine. She lives in New York now, and her book was published in May 2011.

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The Brimming Void 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This novel were little poems. I enjoyed reading this novel. I like poems any ways. ShelleyMA
Anonymous More than 1 year ago