Noriko Nakada is a multi-racial Asian American who creates fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art to capture the hidden stories she has been told not to talk about. Publications include her memoir series: Through Eyes Like Mine, Overdue Apologies, and I Tried . Through Eyes Like Mine was shortlisted for the 2040 Book Award. Excerpts, essays, fiction, and poetry have appeared in Catapult, Meridian, Kartika, Hippocampus, and Linden Avenue. She is a member of the leadership team for Women Who Submit, an organization empowering women and non-binary writers to submit their work for publication. Works in progress include Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop: One Family's Struggle with Mental Illness , and Rice Paper Superheroes , a historical novel about a Japanese American family during World War II. She is on twitter @writersgrind and can be reached at email@example.com.