Sezin Koehler

Sezin Koehler, a true third culture kid, had lived in five different countries on three continents by the time she was fifteen and in six more since then. A passionate defender of human rights, indigenous cultures and women’s interests, Sezin has worked for UNICEF, the Sioux Nation, Davos, Interfaith International, and Mars, Inc – the last position as a researcher into the history of chocolate in America. Her post-modern feminist horror novel American Monsters is available from Ghostwoods Books.

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