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Pauline B. Kaldas ’83 publishes fourth book

2019 looking both ways book coverPauline B. Kaldas ’83 is professor of English and creative writing at Hollins University in Roanoke, Va. She has published four books; the most recent,  “Looking Both Ways,” is a collection of interlinked essays that explore family, language, politics, identity, and culture, often with a touch of humor. These essays move across time and space, beginning in Egypt and crossing the ocean to follow Pauline’s travels and the challenges of adapting to American culture and creating a family in her new world.

Her other books are “The Time Between Places” (short stories), “Letters from Cairo” (a travel memoir), and “Egyptian Compass” (poetry).