-------------- Hiroko Sherwin CV --------------
Born, Nagoya, Japan, 1936. Writer, Artist, Journalist
Tokyo Women’s Christian College, BA, 1959.
Harvard University, Postgraduate studies.
Special Correspondent, New York Yomiuri, 1983-91.
Princeton Japanese Language School, Principal 1980-91.
Artistic Career :
Member, American Watercolor Society.
Eight single shows and numerous group exhibitions.
1984 New Jersey Art Association Show, 1st prize.
1985 Princeton Art Association Show, 1st prize.
1987 American Watercolor Society Exhibition, Honorary Mention.
Lived in Princeton, New Jersey, 1960-90 where my three daughters,Yoko, Mako and Aiko, were born,
Lucerne, Switzerland, 1991-1999,
Since 1999, I have lived in Winsley near Bath, England with my husband James.
Hiroko Yoshikawa. Kodansha Contemporary Books, 1975
Hiroko Yoshikawa. Kodansha Contemporary Books, 1979
Hiroko Sherwin. Kodansha Contemporary Books, 1991
Changing Families in Europe,
Impact Publishers, Tokyo, 1996
Eight Million Gods and Demons,
Robert Hale, London, 2001
Acht Miljoen Goden en Demonen,
Sirene, Amsterdam, 2002
Eight Million Gods and Demons.
Plume, Penguin Putnam Inc., N.Y, 2003
Yume no Ato,
Japanese translation of Eight Million Gods and Demons, Kodansha Publishers, Tokyo, 2008
Advice for Ageing—How People Spend Their Golden Years in England,
Joho Publishers, Tokyo, 2006
Even So I Lived—English POWs in Japanese Camps,
Nashinoki-sha Publishers, Tokyo, 2009
Japan’s World War II Legacy—Interviews with Japanese Veterans,
Quartet, London, Dec. 2015
Senso o Itamu Hitobito—Those Who Mourn the War,
Kobun-ken, Tokyo, Jan. 2016
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chase, Winsley