Articles, blogs, essays, creative non-fiction, books, and more. 

Engaging non-fiction, essays, blogs, & journalistic pieces covering areas of specialization that includes

  • innovation;
  • technology;
  • sustainability;
  • cannabis in Canada; 
  • culture, politics, & (traditional and contemporary) society in Japan, Hawai'i, and the Korean peninsula;
  • Canadian policy in the Asia Pacific region, and more.

You'll even find a few award-winning recipes, too!

Check out these great non-fiction articles & blog posts!


Novels, shorts, and play scripts.

Cultural gateways. Historical settings. Gritty contemporary thrillers. Taught psychological dramas. Gothic horror. No matter which you choose, I'll keep you up at night and on the edge of your seat with gripping tales that entertain and engage, while giving you a rare, inside look at some of the most mysterious worlds and dangerous situations, both real and imagined.

As an award-winning playwright, novelist, and short story author I put the same commitment and professionalism that enables me to work with some of the largest corporations and publications in the world today, into each story I tell.

Click here to explore best-selling fiction, plays, & shorts!

Canadian-born Freedom Ahn grew up in the entertainment business (appearing in more than 200 musicals, a pop/ country vocalist). She retired from live performance in the early 1990s - but those entertainment roots can be enjoyed in pieces such as Pundit and Low Tide.

She is also the founder and CEO of Cannawriter - a B2B and B2C digital marketing agency specializing in Cannabis in Canada...from pipe to policy - and everything in between. 

Freedom has been all over the world in publications including The Independent, Huffington Post, The Telegraph (UK), The Chicago Sun-Times, The Los Angeles Times, and The Jerusalem Post to name just a few.

Raised in an Irish-Japanese household, the daughter of a French chef, Freedom has a keen interest in food, with several of her original recipes winning national and international awards.

She is an active member of the Dramatists Guild of America, the Writers Guild of America, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the American Society of Journalists and Authors.

She lives a few minutes south of Detroit, Michigan with her husband, their three Japanese dogs, and four very-well-travelled cats.