Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
By Nathaniel Hoffman and Nicole Salgado
Nathaniel Hoffman has written about immigration and politics for more than a decade as a reporter and editor at newspapers in Idaho and California. Hoffman filed stories for the Christian Science Monitor, High Country News, The Miami Herald, AlterNet and NewWest.net and produced audio reports for KQED public radio in San Francisco and KBSU in Boise. He worked as a reporter at Boise Weekly, the Contra Costa Times and the Idaho Press-Tribune. Hoffman is the founding editor of The Blue Review, a journal of popular scholarship at Boise State University. He lives in Boise with his wife and two daughters and a large front-yard garden.
Nicole Salgado is a biologist, author/activist, educator and artist based in the Central Mexican highlands. Amor and Exile is her second book—she is also author and illustrator of The Bajio’s Bounty: Home Cooking from the Querétaro, Mexico Region. Salgado is actively involved in the environmental and education fields both in the U.S. and Mexico. Her writing and art centers on nature, sustainability, motherhood and biculturalism. Salgado is originally from Central New York and has a B.S. from Cornell University and an M.A. from San José State University. She lives in Querétaro, Mexico, with her husband, daughter, two cats and a flock of birds.
For more information, visit amorandexile.com.Kindle edition available.