Mythmaking and the Kamikaze 'volunteers'

Mythmaking and the Kamikaze 'volunteers'

There are 1 comment on the The Japan Times story from Jun 27, 2009, titled Mythmaking and the Kamikaze 'volunteers'. In it, The Japan Times reports that:

Lisa Hosokawa Garber, a fresh graduate of St. Andrews Presbyterian College in North Carolina, has sent me "Crosswind," her short, imaginative account of three months in the life of a youth training to be a Kamikaze pilot.

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Since: Oct 09

Raleigh, NC

#1 Oct 2, 2009
Knowing Lisa Garber, and how diligent and thorough she is regarding her work, it was no real surprise to find her short story, "Crosswind", an amazing book. Her research was done in Japan, through living pilots, and families of dead pilots, and was impressive on all fronts. Bravo, Ms. Garber, may your writing career soar!!!

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