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Woodblock prints, essays, and translations scratch to light the secret lives of Japan's mythological felines.
An eerie yet insightful exploration into the phenomenon of yurei, or Japanese ghosts, both past and present.
Kaneko's empathetic children's poetry was lost for decades. Now, this color-illustrated, bilingual volume presents her biography and most beloved poems.
The first comprehensive look at Japan's otaku collectors, including peeks inside their rooms and visits to their favorite stores.
Bill Porter, a.k.a Red Pine, connects modern China to its past in a riveting journey down the Yellow River.
A stunning collection that depicts the brutal beauty of the Louisiana bayou and the people who struggle to survive there.
Haunt the halls of a demolished writers' house. Punch through the "timber curtains" that cover clear-cuts, gentrification, and bereavement.
A sweeping memoir about a foreign family's five generations as outsiders in Japan.
The Puyallup and Nisqually tribes fight for their fishing rights in the 1950s and 60s in this lively history.
This poignant novel depicts a Japanese woman and her American "son" buffeted by the traumatic events surrounding World War II.
Kuhaku takes armchair travelers past the temples and tourist traps and into the mind of Japan.
Seattle's Gang of Four civil rights activists brought four ethnic groups together in the 1960s to advocate for minority rights.
Wong captures four decades of Asian American life in West Coast Chinatowns. At turns poignant, heartbreaking, and uplifting.
In a multimedia feast for the senses, this memoir-in-meals crosses the world investigating how food nourishes memory, culture, and community.
Shiro Kashiba sparked a food revolution by bringing sushi to Seattle. Today, his inspiration comes from the Pacific Northwest's bounty.
Writers and artists explore what it means to call New Orleans home five years after the city almost washed away.
A novel in 94 micro-chapters whose poetic prose tosses between contemporary Singapore and post-Tohoku Japan, collapsing intimate and seismic desolation.
This muckraking novel by one of Korea's greatest living writers portrays China at the dawn of its global economic dominance.
A visual punch of digitally rendered pop art that reconstructs American and Japanese iconography in "cute grit" style.
Sakiko cannot say no. Hiroko is tired of hearing it. Two sisters, straddling American and Japanese culture, navigate womanhood.