Former Korea Peace Corps Volunteer authors of Korea-related books:

William Amos (K-??, 1979)

The Seed of Joy (on-line novel set in and around Kwangju incident)

http://www.geocities.com/wpamos/presskit/#novel

http://www.onlineoriginals.com/showitem.asp?itemID=241

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Brian Barry (K-4)

Tales from the Temples; translator

http://www.hanbooks.com/talfromtemlo.html

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Donald N. Clark (K-10)

Seoul Past and Present (1969)

Living Dangerously in Korea: The Western Experience, 1900-1950

-- plus several more books
At Amazon.com.com

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Bruce Cumings (K-3)

The Origins of the Korean War...1945-47

The Origins of the Korean War, Volume II...1947-50

-- plus several more books

At Amazon.com.com

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Charles de Wolfe (K-3)

Mandarins: Stories by Ryunosuke Akutagawa; translator

How to Sound Intelligent in Japanese: A Vocabulary Builder; author

Both at Amazon.com

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Carter J. Eckert (K-7)

Offspring of Empire, The Koch’ang Kims and the Colonial Origins of Korean Capitalism, 1876-1945 

Korea Old and New, A History, co-author

At Amazon.com.com

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Bruce Fulton (K-44)

Modern Korean Fiction, An Anthology

-- plus numerous other anthologies and translations

At Amazon.com.com

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John Givens (K-3)                               

Going Up Country, Travel Essays by Peace Corps Writers, contributor (1994)

Living on the Edge: Fiction by Peace Corps Writers, contributor (1999)

-- plus three novels

At Amazon.com.com

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Suzanne Crowder Han (K-42)

Notes on Things Korean

-- plus several volumes of Korean folk tales

At Amazon.com

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Pamela Hartmann (K-30)

The Etc Program 

-- plus a couple of dozen other English teaching books authored or co-authored

At Amazon.com

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Laurel Kendall (K-9)

The Life and Hard Times of a Korean Shaman: Of Tales and the Telling of Tales

Getting Married in Korea: Of Gender, Morality, and Modernity

-- plus several others

At Amazon.com

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Robert Kowalczyk (K-7)

Morning Calm, A Photographic Journey Through the Korean Countryside (1981)

At Amazon.com (one copy, used)

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David McCann (K-1)

Early Korean Literature

-- plus more anthologies, translations, etc.

At Amazon.com

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David J. Nemeth (1972–74)

The Architecture of Ideology: Neo-Confucian Imprinting on Cheju Island, Korea

-- plus other anthropological works

At Amazon.com

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Robert Nilsen (K-31)

South Korea Handbook, 1988; 2nd edition 1997

-- plus several Hawaii guidebooks for Moon Handbooks

At Amazon.com

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Julie Pickering (K-49)

Father and Son: A Novel; translator

-- plus several other translations

At Amazon.com

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Michael Edson Robinson (K-7)

Cultural Nationalism in Colonial Korea, 1920-25

Korea Old and New, A History, co-author

At Amazon.com

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Edward J. Schultz (K-1)

A New History of Korea; translator

At Amazon.com

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Richard Wiley (K-3)

Festival for Three Thousand Maidens (based on 1968 Peace Corps experience in Ch’ungnam)

-- plus several other novels

At Amazon.com

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Insight Guide, Korea (1st edition, 1981)

Contributors:  Gary Rector (K-4), Laurel Kendall (K-9), Ken Kaliher (K-21), Tom Coyner (K-35)

“Komapsumnida” to:  the U.S. Peace Corps and Peter Bartholomew (K-5)

Later editions at Amazon.com

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