Madeleine Marie Slavick's book of prose and photography presents insects and high rises, dentists and trees, laughter and abstractions, and the poetry, poverty, and generosity of Hong Kong.
Madeleine Marie Slavick has lived in Hong Kong for almost twenty-five years, longer than she has lived anywhere else. She works with words and images every day.
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About the Author
Madeleine Marie Slavick: a writer and photographer, Slavick has lived in Hong Kong longer than anywhere else. She has exhibited her photography internationally and has edited about thirty books. She has also been a writer with Oxfam, a social worker with elderly people, a counselor with teenagers, a teacher of English and Writing, a campaigner for environmental issues, and a photographer with assignments in Brazil, China, Indonesia, India, Korea, The Philippines, South Africa and Vietnam. Her books include Something Beautiful Might Happen , My Favourite Thing , Delicate Access and Round - Poems and Photographs of Asia . She writes and photographs every day at her blog: touching what I love. http://touchingwhatilove.blogspot.com.