BOOK TALK: VEERSEN BHOOLAI
BOOK TALK – Sunday, November 21, 2021 1-3pm at Hibernation Arts
Veersen Bhoolai spent three years in Kandahar, Afghanistan as a journalist and recently wrote a book about it. Please join us to hear about his experiences and perspectives. $10 includes light refreshments
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Past interviews & News :
INTERVIEW WITH VEERSEN BHOOLAI – Click Here
Posted by RovingAce |Aug 25, 2021 | Featured, Living the Grey Shirt
Veersen Bhoolai (Class of 1985) has been a qualified Journalist for 30+ years and an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher for 20+ years. He is also a sports writer and editor, has lived in six countries (Trinidad & Tobago, Colombia, Turkey, Afghanistan, Solomon Islands and Canada) and speaks conversational Turkish and Spanish. In March 2021, his first book was published, titled “No, I Don’t Work in the Kitchen: Surviving War-Torn Afghanistan for Three Years”. The book is a memoir of his time in Afghanistan, working as a Journalist for NATO with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). ISAF was a NATO-led security mission in Afghanistan established by the United Nations Security Council.
Journalist who survived war-torn Afghanistan to speak in Orillia
For more info, contact Molly at Hibernation Arts.