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War: What Is It Good For? #1 (NEW)

Tuesday, February 21, 2012 6:30 PM



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“My Record of Camp Tanforan” (“Tanforan shuyosho ni oite shitatamu”) by Maida Kane, translated by Robert N. Huey, read by Shiro Kawai and Christine Yano
Bamboo Ridge 84 (25th Anniversary Issue, Fall 2003): 268-269

“Twenty-Five Feet by Twenty” (“Nijugoshaku ni nijushaku”) by Maida Kane, translated by Robert N. Huey, read by Shiro Kawai and Christine Yano
Bamboo Ridge 84 (25th Anniversary Issue, Fall 2003): 270-271

“War Child: Elisabeth” by Elisabeth Knoke Dieckvoss, read by Sonja Sironen
Bamboo Ridge 87 (Spring 2005): 34-35

“War Child: Joan/When the Bough Breaks” by J.A. Kelleher, read by Eden-Lee Murray
Bamboo Ridge 87 (Spring 2005): 36-39

“War Child: Katherine” by Katherine Z. Smith, read by Leena Kurvet-Käosaar
Bamboo Ridge 87 (Spring 2005): 42

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