Hawley is a writer of narrative nonfiction. His books are
highly eclectic. He has written about 16th-century East Asian history,
19th-century Korean-American relations, Olympic sprinting and land
speed racing and a circus elephant named Topsy who was electrocuted in 1903. He lives in Kingston, Ontario.
ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY, KOREA BRANCH
Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch (RASKB) was founded in 1900 and
today has over 1,500 members in more than 20 countries. It conducts
tours, hosts bi-weekly lectures, and publishes books on Korea and the
annual journal Transactions, the oldest Korean studies journal in the world.