Kaimana Wolff has been writing, thinking, travelling, loving, and living since her birth, which is a year we will not reveal.
Throughout her travels, it seems she has made a home in many places. Born in the Netherlands, as a toddler she emigrated to Canada with her parents. Since then she has been all over the place, doing everything, but seldom without her dogs.
At twelve, Kaimana wrote a “really terrible” novel called Flying Hooves. (Kaimana’s mother maintains that the novel was wonderful.) Kaimana’s grand-father translated it into Dutch and it was published serially in the Harlingen newspaper. “I should have known then that I was a novelist,” she says of it now.
Kaimana resides on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, in Powell River, where she is involved in community writerly things such as Immanence Magazine, the Youth Peace-Poem Competition, and the Community Heritage Publishing Project Powell River.
She enjoys coffee and chocolate with her morning read, Tyee the wolf-dog nearby. She writes poetry, novels and plays and philosophises about the end of the world as we know it (TEOTWAWKI) when not helping others publish their books.
- Powell River
- JoinedNovember 9, 2012