Charmaine Craig

novelist and academic

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Charmaine Craig is an author and assistant professor of creative writing at the University of California, Riverside. She is a former actor in film and television.

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A moody historical novel, Miss Burma by Charmaine Craig explores history as it is inscribed in the souls of a rather special Burmese family.

Charmaine Craig: Miss Burma

A moody historical novel, Miss Burma by Charmaine Craig explores history as it is inscribed in the souls of a rather special Burmese family.

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