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Great Fun!
Sunday, March 15, 2015 7:40:35 AM

Thank you Kanuikapono School for your hospitality. I so enjoyed working with all of you. My thanks to all the students and teachers for a wonderful experience. Listening to the students chant the welcoming ...

Getting harder
Saturday, January 21, 2012 2:57:26 AM

The links are getting harder to write. So many directions to take, so many voices to do. The number of choices is daunting. I also felt that I was repeating myself using the color green. I couldn't ...

What's the Matter With Me?
Sunday, December 04, 2011 6:25:41 AM

Don't remind me. But yes, it's up, and yes, I know what I said . . . . For those new to this blog, I had previously begged for at least two weeks to finish a poem, and here I am finishing the ...

Based on Race
Monday, October 31, 2011 7:44:46 PM

In 1962, I lived on Chun Hoon Lane, which was right across Frog Lane, School Street dividing the two. Everything below School and Vineyard, and between Kauluwela Stream and Liliha Street, had been condemned ...

My First Entry
Thursday, September 22, 2011 4:23:46 PM

Yeah, yeah, I know. I was the one who belly-ached about the pressure, about one week being not enough time to post a poem, but the poem I wrote was an exception. For one thing, I was itching to write ...

Here we go.
Tuesday, August 30, 2011 4:54:35 PM

Last month, I was invited to San Fernando Valley Buddhist Temple to do a workshop and later a sermon for Obon, which all turned out to be a stimulating and fun event. Reverend Pat Itsuki (a friend from ...

Congratulations: 100 Issues!
Wednesday, July 20, 2011 12:00:33 AM

Congratulations Bamboo Ridge Press! Congratulations Darrell, Eric, Wing, and Joy. This issue is a milestone and the hallmark of a great achievement on your part. Most of all, it is a testament ...

A Reflection
Monday, July 04, 2011 6:29:48 PM

I will always think of Albert as a kind of Japanese American Renaissance man. He was different, "out there," flippant, opinionated, and gruff. Let's just say, he took no prisoners. And ...

Long Story Short
Thursday, June 30, 2011 4:51:54 PM

I was recently asked to do a taping with Leslie Wilcox--a segment on her program "Long Story Short." Vewy scawee (as my niece's baby daughter says). I was given instructions on what ...

Reading Never Let me Go by Ishiguro.
Monday, November 01, 2010 3:36:55 PM

Dear friends, Am reading Never Let me Go by Ishiguro. Can't say I like it. It is different. Took a while to know what was going on. I guess it unfolds for the reader in the same way and time it ...

After MVT
Thursday, October 28, 2010 6:49:42 PM

After MVT, there was the official launch at UH campus center. A quieter affair, nonetheless, friendly and open. After that, there was the reading at Native Books. Being that I try to read something ...

Thank you all for your wonderful reception of my book, Anshuu
Tuesday, October 26, 2010 7:29:30 AM

Thank you all for your wonderful reception of my book, Anshuu. I could not be more grateful. It was a small whirlwind, but just enough excitement for an elderly person like me at Manoa Valley Theater, ...

They Can Do It
Thursday, September 02, 2010 10:17:21 AM

[i][b]Editor's Note:[/b] On June 22nd 2010 the poets of No Choice but to Follow gave a reading at Punahou School after which each poet led a workshop for different aged students ranging from those ...

Christmas Break!
Friday, December 18, 2009 4:25:50 AM

Besides buying Bamboo Ridge Press books for your Christmas presents for friends and family members here and far away (far away is good, to give them the nostalgic, pining-for-Hawai'i moments), I thought ...