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Honolulu: Livin' in the City #1

Tuesday, March 22, 2011 6:30 PM



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“You seemed too nice, too quiet to be Honolulu-born” by Hina Kahanu, read by Marianette Kauahikaua
Bamboo Ridge 17 (Winter 1982): 19

“A Haole Stops in Kaimuki” by James R. Harstad, read by Bro. Gary Morris, SM
Bamboo Ridge 30 (Spring 1986): 4-6
Republished in Island Fire: An Anthology of Literature from Hawai‘i. Cheryl A. Harstad and James R. Harstad, eds. (Honolulu: Curriculum Research & Development Group, University of Hawai?i and University of Hawai?i Press, 2002): 209-211

“Cheryl Moana Marie Sakata - Kaimuki” by Lee Cataluna, read by Nara Cardenas
Folks You Meet in Longs and Other Stories (Bamboo Ridge 86, 2005): 29-30
Also published as a playscript in Folks You Meet in Longs (Honolulu: Kumu Kahua Theatre, 2003): 14

“Moili‘ili Samurai” by Lue Zimmelman, read by Jason Kanda Bamboo Ridge 33 (Spring 1987): 54-59

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