Just came across this Blog and Podcast via Moses Farrow. Really interesting stories and community:
Self-published. Eugene Richards' second book about his hometown. Amazing to see the same buildings and streets in the 1970s before the arrival of the Vietnamese. I wonder what Eugene Richards will think of my book.
Dr. David Dao, famous for being violently dragged off a United Airlines flight, is publishing a memoir.
Most adoption stories are about adoptive parents and their journeys, given that they are the only adults with the ability to tell their stories at the time of adoption. ICAV is a platform for adult adoptees to tell their stories.
Philipp Rosler was born in Vietnam in 1973 and adopted by a German family. Of all Vietnamese adoptees, he is the only one I know who has chosen to go into politics and rising to #2 in his home country is pretty amazing.
*Black in America by Eli Reed (1997)
*Workers by Sebastiao Salgado (2005)
*India by Steve McCurry (2015)
*Cuba by Anna Mia Davidson (2016)
*Record by Daido Moriyama (2017)
*Friction/Tokyo Street by Tatuso Suzuki (2019)
*On Contested Terrain by An My Le (2020)
*The Atmosphere of Crime by Gordon Parks (2020)
Mark F. Erickson aka Đỗ Văn Hùng is the author of the photobook Other Streets: Scenes from a Life in Vietnam not Lived.