The Calligrapher’s Daughter Wins Award

Korean Palace Garden

Eugenia Kim won the Border’s Original Voices Best Fiction prize, 2009, for The Calligrapher’s Daughter!! Congratulations from A Traveler’s Library.

Reviewed here. Given as a Giveaway Prize to Laurie Griffin, in our Great Big Travel Literature Giveaway.

A freelance writer who loves to travel. When she is not traveling she is reading about travel. When she is not reading or traveling, she is sharing with the readers of A Traveler’s Library, recreating her family’s past at Ancestors In Aprons. She writes frequently for Reel Life With Jane and other websites. Also co-author of a biography, Quincy Tahoma, The Life and Legacy of a Navajo Artist. Contact Vera Marie by e-mail.

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About Vera Marie Badertscher

A freelance writer who loves to travel. When she is not traveling she is reading about travel. When she is not reading or traveling, she is sharing with the readers of A Traveler's Library, recreating her family's past at Ancestors In Aprons. She writes frequently for Reel Life With Jane and other websites. Also co-author of a biography, Quincy Tahoma, The Life and Legacy of a Navajo Artist. Contact Vera Marie by e-mail.

6 thoughts on “The Calligrapher’s Daughter Wins Award

  1. Actually it was me, Libbie Griffin, who won this book. I loved it, as did my book club. I’m glad it’s being recognized. It’s a very good book.

  2. Congrats go to Eugenia Kim for The Calligrapher’s Daughter. A friend of mine routinely conducted bike tours of Korea.

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