BIO: Independent scholar and cultural critic Paul Yamada has spent forty years in different areas of the music business, in the midwest and the east. A founding editor of the pioneering rock zine Terminal Zone (1976-78), Paul has written on blues, rock, soul, jazz, and avant garde music. In addition, Yamada has written on cinema, art, and theater for a wide variety of local publications in Chicago, St. Louis and Washington DC. He has consulted for National Public Radio, the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian Institution, as well as the Washington DC Performing Arts Society and Chicago area (name of theater). His current projects include a Chicago project, Wholesome, which will include music revues, essays, visual arts and streamed radio. Bio from: http://www.rocksbackpages.com/Library/Writer/paul-yamada
Nolte, Bryan, "Paul Yamada Interview" (2016). Asian American Art Oral History Project. 76.