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Works of fiction and poetry by Enson Inoue.
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Diary of a first visit to Taiji, Japan, a place made famous by the portrayal of dolphin killings in the documentary called THE COVE.
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This landmark issue #100 celebrates work selected from the traditional mailed manuscripts with a 100-line limit as well as from the entries from the 100-word and 100-line online submissions. These limits were an attempt to squeeze in 100 authors but instead we chose 100 selections from 70 authors, so that we could include a posthumous tribute to Albert Saijo, a pioneering Beat Generation Asian American poet.
The featured artist is Grant Kagimoto of Cane Haul Road and his cover image is not only a tribute to the many “characters” who have contributed to our success but also alludes to an essay, “Waiting for the Big Fish: Recent Research in the Asian American Literature of Hawaii,” by Stephen Sumida in THE BEST OF BAMBOO RIDGE, published in 1981.
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