Come celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month by listening to author Karin Tanabe discuss her historical novel "The Diplomat's Daughter."
"A Japanese-American woman and a German-American man in a World War II internment camp fall in love before one is extradited and the other enlists in the U.S. Army in the hopes that a Pacific assignment will enable their reunion, a situation that is complicated by her first love and the realities of war." (description from NoveList)
Karin Tanabe is the author of four novels, including The Gilded Years, which is being adapted for film by co-producers Zendaya and Reese Witherspoon. To learn more about Karin Tanabe, visit her official website at www.karintanabe.com.
Please RSVP for this event either at our Reference Desk or by calling 703-248-5035 (TTY 711).