Sharon Fujimoto-Johnson's writing reflects an identity built between languages and homelands. A fourth-generation Japanese-American, Sharon was born in California's Napa Valley, but she spent her formative years in Japan, where her parents were missionaries.
Sharon's fiction and essays have appeared in literary journals such as Japanophile and Dimsum. In addition, she is the translator of Rainbow Over Hell by award-winning Japanese author, Tsuneyuki Mohri.
Sharon graduated with honors from Pacific Union College with degrees in international communication, French, and graphic design.
She lives in Northern California with her husband.