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Gail Tsukiyama

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Gail Tsukiyama was born in San Francisco, California to a Chinese mother from Hong Kong and a Japanese father from Hawaii. She attended San Francisco State University where she received both her Bachelor of Arts Degree and a Master of Arts Degree in English with the emphasis in Creative Writing. Most of her college work was focused on poetry, and she was the recipient of the Academy of American Poets Award. A resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, she has been apart-time lecturer in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University, as well as a freelance book reviewer for the San Francisco Chronicle.

Genres: Historical

Gail Tsukiyama recommends
Locke 1928 (2007)
Shawna Yang Ryan
"Water Ghosts is an auspicious debut that not only entertains, but opens our eyes to a rich, poignant piece of Chinese-American history."
The Map of Lost Memories (2012)
Kim Fay
"Kim Fay's engaging debut novel, The Map of Lost Memories, not only weaves together a smart, compelling story of a quest for scrolls believed to contain the lost history of Cambodia's ancient Khmer Empire, but also gives us a glimpse into 1920's China and Indochina during the time of transition from colonialism to the beginnings of communism. With deftness and clarity, Fay brings her world to life and gives us a captivating read."
Journey to the Heart Stone (2022)
Catherine Raphael
"Catherine Raphael's Journey to the Heart Stone is richly imagined from beginning to end. The reader is transported to a land where peace has reigned for generations through matriarchal rule. When that peace is unbalanced, it will take heroes and heroines to bring three long-lost communities back together. A wondrous and magical read."

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