What Remains: Japanese Americans in Internment Camps
Poems by Margaret Chula, Art Quilts by Cathy Erickson
The quilts and poems in What Remains: Japanese Americans in Internment Camps are visual/poetic stories. Each one speaks in the voice of a Japanese Amerivan imprisoned during World War II. This collaboration between poet, Margaret Chula, and quilter, Cathy Erickson, tells a familiar story in a new way. Also included are historical photos and a description of the process the artists followed in their collaboration. Paper: 108 pp.