Authors Nicole Krauss, Kiyo Sato win 2008 Saroyan Prize
Stanford Librarian Michael Keller presented Kiyo Sato with the 2008 Saroyan Prize in nonfiction for her first book, Dandelion Through the Crack , during a ceremony Sept.
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#1 Sep 13, 2008
This was an exciting and important event for Kiyo Sato, age 85, who has brought forth the newest best "camp" story since "Farewell to Manzanar." In my opinion, it's a better story, with far more breadth and depth.
It's a wonderful book. Of course, I'm biased. I published it.
Willow Valley Press
Nevada City, CA
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