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Baltimore Magazine hosted a Q&A with Gene Oishi, author of FOX DRUM BEBOP. The issues discussed are vast–ranging from Oishi’s opinion on writing fiction versus non-fiction to his comment on current racial relations. In the interview, Oishi also traces Americans’ shifting awareness of concentration camps in America and notes the euphemisms previously used to describe them, even by those whom the camps held. Read the full interview here: http://bit.ly/1tKx8Zm

Want to read more from Gene Oishi? Check out his self-interview hosted by the Nervous Breakdown: http://bit.ly/1DynNK2

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