Alison Singh Gee is an award-winning international journalist whose work has been translated into eight languages and has appeared in People, Vanity Fair, In Style, Marie Claire, International Herald Tribune, The Wall Street Journal and Los Angeles Times. For eight years, she was a staff features writer/correspondent for People magazine. She won the 1997 Amnesty International Award for Feature Writing for her Asiaweek cover story about child prostitution in Southeast Asia. Her memoir, Where the Peacocks Sing: A Palace, A Prince, and the Search for Home, was published by St. Martin’s Griffin in 2013. Alison lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter, and attended the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley in 2001 and 2007.