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American writer Evan Purcell has used his experiences working in Bhutan, Zanzibar, and six other countries to create stories for international readers of all ages. Using personal stories (totally true, mostly embarrassing), Evan explains how to pull inspiration from any location and create stories that are both universal and specific.
Evan Purcell has taught in Zanzibar, Kazakhstan, China, and Russia, among other places. He’s spent two years in the beautiful kingdom of Bhutan, where he hikes, sings karaoke badly, and eats way too much of the delicious local food. He has published six books for both adults and children, ranging from picture books to romance novels. He is now working on a screenplay.