|Kathleen Hite Babb|
Member of the BAFA board: 1993 -
Kathleen She edits many of the Arts Dialogue articles as well as conducting interviews, typing, scanning, and manages the US subscriptions.
Kathleen Hite Babb and Kim Babb pioneered from the U.S.A. in 1978
to live in Japan. In mid-2000 they returned to the U.S.
In Japan she worked part-time as a teacher of English and as an editor. She has been, at one time, editor of the Japanese Bahá´í Studies Association's newsletter and a member of the Art special interest group.
Kathleen writes short stories, reviews, and had been working on a novel, The Persian, for a good many years.
She has also made a number of presentations and written a number of articles on the various issues in connection with writing fiction in relation to Bahá´í history.
Kim, Tahjare, and Kathleen,
on Tahjare's wedding day, Guam, 1996.
more about the Babb family.
Articles, Reviews and Writing
which have been printed in Arts Dialogue:
Go to her profile page for an introduction to her novel, some excerpts of her creative writing, and some excerpts of some reviews and articles.
See an her story analysis of the film, Braveheart at: http://www.dramatica.com
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