About Carole Morin

Carole Morin was born in the east end of Glasgow. At 16 she was a Junior Diplomat to the United States where she wasted no time in testing the boundaries of diplomatic immunity.

She was writer-in-residence at Wormwood Scrubs prison and Literary Fellow at the University of East Anglia.

She has beaten Stanley Kubrick in a dessert eating contest, drunk mojitos with Fidel Castro at the Hotel Nacional in Havana, and been mistaken for Graham Greene’s Eurasian daughter in Hanoi. She lives in Soho.

For a full biog go to Carole Morin’s Wikipedia page.

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