Join us as Michelle Carter discusses her book, From Under the Russian Snow.
AboutFrom Under the Russian Snow:
From Under the Russian Snow focuses on 1995, the year she served as the U.S. Information Agency Journalist-in-Residence in Russia and midwifed the birth of newly independent newspapers across the 11 times zones of Russia. She resigned her position as managing editor of a California daily newspaper, The San Mateo Times, to accept the USIA appointment. A graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, she had been with The Times since 1967.
Michelle A. Carter, the author of From Under the Russian Snow (Bedazzled Ink Publishers, September 2017), has been traveling in and writing about the former Soviet Union for 30 years.
In 1993, she co-authored Children of Chernobyl: Raising Hope From the Ashes (Augsburg Press, Minneapolis, 1993). The book grew out of Michelle’s work as founder and chairman of the Children of Chernobyl Project of Northern California, which delivered drugs and medical supplies to hospitals treating children suffering from the effects of the 1986 nuclear accident at Chernobyl.
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