She wrote, collected, and translated haiku from the Japanese internment camps during World War II, publishing them in May Sky: There Is Always Tomorrow in 1997.
She also wrote an earlier book Poetic Reflections of the Tule Lake Internment Camp, 1944 , which was published in 1987 but I have not seen a copy of that.
She was a guest at the Yuki Teikei Society Asilomar haiku retreat one year. I wish I could have been there.
There is a detailed obituary of her life here.