Tamiko Nimura: Other Places to Find My Writing

 

Tamiko Nimura: My Writing Portfolio

As a freelance writer, I write about issues that interest me including (but not limited to) books, food, family, race, diversity, education, yoga, fine arts, and Asian America.

As an editor, I’ve provided developmental editing for two book manuscripts. I’ve copy-edited articles, history books, websites, newsletters, and other direct mass mailings. I’ve coached college and high school students in a number of writing assignments and contexts. I worked as managing editorial assistant at an academic journal for two years, which gave me a strong understanding of the editorial and publication process. As a former educator, I always try to encourage writers by pointing out the best parts of their writing, and then asking questions or making suggestions for making their work even stronger.

I’m always looking for interesting opportunities to work with interesting people and organizations. Please feel free to send me a message (kikugirl at kikugirl dot net) if you’d like to work with me or know more about my work.

Current Projects (Fall 2017)

  • For a fourth year, I am writing a commissioned yearlong series on being Nikkei in the Pacific Northwest for Discover Nikkei. (The series began in 2014 and will continue into Summer 2018)
  • I am doing some consulting, research and writing for Artifacts Historic Preservation Inc. in Tacoma, Washington. Current project: Japanese American agriculture on Vashon Island, Washington.
  • Along with poet and editor Alan Lau, I am editing a book of arts essays over the last 40 years for the International Examiner.
  • I write occasionally for The Seattle Star as well as the International Examiner.
  • I provide social media support (website maintenance, copywriting, blogging, Facebook, newsletter) for Source Yoga in Tacoma and University Place, Washington.
  • I have just completed two topics related to Japanese American history in Pierce County for HistoryLink, the Washington state online encyclopedia. One is the history of Tacoma’s Japantown.

Food Publications, Literary Magazines, and Anthologies

Web Writing Portfolio

The Seattle Star.net (Culture, Literature, previews, events)

Discover Nikkei (Web Project of the Japanese American National Museum)

Seattlest.com (Ethnic food reviews, previews, Q&As, arts, and events)

International Examiner (Asian American news, book reviews, profiles, and culture)

Other Forums

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