From communism to ambassadorship . . . Jan Drabek’s memoir addresses the politics of freedom

Jan Drabek grew up in Czechoslovakia, Germany, France and the United States, and then immigrated to Canada in 1965. Since then he has studied at the University of BC and Simon Fraser University, served as the chair of the BC Federation of Writers and the BC Caucus of the Writers Union of Canada, and written prolifically. His articles, stories and translations have appeared in many publications and he is the author of seven books, including The Golden Revolution and The Statement. He wrote and produced Father's Return to Auschwitz, a 1985 documentary film.
Jan Drabek grew up in Czechoslovakia, Germany, France and the United States, and then immigrated to Canada in 1965. Since then he has studied at the University of BC and Simon Fraser University, served as the chair of the BC Federation of Writers and the BC Caucus of the Writers Union of Canada, and written prolifically. His articles, stories and translations have appeared in many publications and he is the author of seven books, including The Golden Revolution and The Statement. He wrote and produced Father’s Return to Auschwitz, a 1985 documentary film.

From communism to ambassadorship . . . Jan Drabek’s memoir addresses the politics of freedom

Jan Drabek, Former Chair of BC Federation of Writers, releases his true to life memoir. Having escaped Communist Czechoslovakia as a youngster, to life among varied cultures and an eventual ambassadorship, he addresses joy and politics of freedom.
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