AA Bastian is a writer and interpreter. The Journal of Burmese Studies will publish "The Other Bayonet: A New Source to Frame the Second Anglo-Burmese War" in June 2017. In 2006 she won an honorable mention in the Writer’s Digest 75th Annual Writing Competition for a memoir entitled, “Japanese Carp”. She resides in the Washington, DC metro area contributing to the Washington Independent Review of Books and working as the Agent/Pitch coordinator for their annual writers conference. She lived in various countries in Asia and the Middle East for eight and a half years. Her writing currently centers around Asia and the Middle East. She received her master’s degree from the University of Reading in England in International Law and World Order and her bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in History with a minor in Arabic.
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The Other Bayonet: A New Source to Frame the Second Anglo-Burmese War to be published in The Journal of Burmese Studies, June 2017
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One Tikal: Siam Avoided Colonization. A Connecticut man falls in with the Mormons and ends up rewriting Asian colonial history of the 1850s.