Scott Gipson, publisher of Caxton Press, forwarded me an email today from Eithne O'Leyne, the editor of Book News, Inc. in Portland, Oregon. Minidoka: An American Concentration Camp was included in the final issue of Reference & Research Book News (Dec 2013).
I was unfamiliar with Book News so looked up the company's website. The home page provides this description: "Book News prepares concise, descriptive reviews of new books in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities for librarians and other buyers of scholarly books. We cover titles from hundreds of English-language publishers worldwide, and we license our material to a wide range of booksellers, aggregators and database publishers."
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
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Labels: Book News, Caxton Press, Eithne O'Leyne, Idaho, Inc., Minidoka: An American Concentration Camp, Scott Gipson, Teresa Tamura
Teresa is a third-generation Japanese American born and raised in Idaho. Her parents encouraged her interest in photography with a used Minolta on her 16th birthday. She began processing and printing B&W film in high school. Her photos have appeared in newspapers, magazines, books, websites, CD covers, galleries and museums. Today, she works in both digital and film-based photography and still makes prints in a darkroom. Caxton Press released her book, Minidoka: An American Concentration Camp in September, 2013.