Author Chats: An Interview with Suzanne Kamata

The Author of “The Baseball Widow” Discusses Her Novel of Life in Shikoku

It’s Baseball Season All Year in Japan. Photo by Suzanne Kamata. Reprinted by Permission.

Suzanne Kamata is the author of the novel, The Baseball Widow, about the wife of a high school baseball coach in rural Tokushima, Japan.

Our review of this touching, well-crafted novel is available here:

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DC Palter

DC Palter

Entrepreneur, angel investor, writer, sake snob. Editor-in-chief of Japonica, the publication for everything Japan: https://medium.com/japonica-publication.

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