Carolyn Thériault is a writer and photographer with no fixed address and an equally unfixed lifestyle. Originally from Montréal, Canada, she has travelled - camera and notebook always in hand - to many parts of the world. Plagued by a series of 7-year itches (which included stints as an envelope opener, a peddler of fine china, pet sitter, and an archaeologist), she has lived a somewhat vagabond's life in this otherwise 40-hour work-week world. In this world where ants are king, she is a grasshopper. Aesop would not be proud of her.
To the astonishment of both Carolyn and her family, her often snarky observations have been published in: The Gastronomica Reader * The Raven Chronicles * Best Food Writing 2007 * Encounters with the Middle East * The Best Travel Writing 2007 * Gastronomica * Glimpse Abroad * The Square Table * the Suitcase Generation * All Rights Reserved * Transitions Abroad * Lifestyle Nova Scotia * Scrivener's Pen * Summerset Review
She is the co-founder of Urban Caravan Photography, a website which showcases her breathtakingly beautiful travel photography but does little to augment her income. Stealing Fatima's Hand is Carolyn's first book and she looks forward to selling the film rights to the Coen Brothers and becoming obscenely wealthy. She currently resides in Turkey with the man who has yet to say ‘no' to her, her husband Chris.
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