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Sharon Hashimoto
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Hashimoto is also a short story writer. Her story "The Mushroom Man" (published in The Raven Chronicles, 1997) is about a Japanese American girl's memories of her late father, who used to go out to the woods near Seattle to collect mushrooms. The story can be found online at http://www.ravenchronicles.org/raven/rvback/issues/0497/apr97/hashim.html (accessed March 1, 2005).

In Camp Notes and Other Writings (1998), Mitsuye Yamada reflects on the internment camps for Japanese Americans during World War II. Yamada was born in Kyushu, Japan, and raised in Seattle (the same area that Hashimoto comes from). Her family was sent to a detention camp in Idaho.

James Masao Mitsui's From a Three-Cornered World: New and Selected Poems (1997), from the Scott and Laurie Oki Series in Asian American Studies, contains topics ranging from childhood to career, and friendships and love. Mitsui is a prominent Japanese...

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