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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.
A ruthless yet sympathetic novel of the Western male imagination vis-a-vis the Japanese woman.
Bill Porter, a.k.a Red Pine, connects modern China to its past in a riveting journey down the Yellow River.
Lebo blends her passions-poetry and pie-into an irresistible mixture of high art, pop culture, recipes, and fantasy zodiac.
An odyssey of exile, birth and return told through dreamlike and sometimes haunting images of toys and dolls.
The Puyallup and Nisqually tribes fight for their fishing rights in the 1950s and 60s in this lively history.
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.
This book brings to life the struggles of Korean immigrants in the Pacific Northwest through personal stories, photos, and research.
Nonfiction done a revolutionary new way--almost totally in dialogue--by a much-published magazine writer.
The French Quarter, quirks and all, exposed like never before in this irreverent insider's look at Jackson Square.
Tucker Davis, an eccentric teenager, runs against an energy executive for a school board seat in Houston in 1999.
A stirring novel about family, love and the depths of compassion played out against the dramatic backdrop of professional baseball.
A ribald whodunit about politics, race, corruption, religion and environmental degradation in Louisiana.
Writers and artists explore what it means to call New Orleans home five years after the city almost washed away.
This muckraking novel by one of Korea's greatest living writers portrays China at the dawn of its global economic dominance.
A jaded American, deadened by consumer culture, becomes dangerously obsessed with a group suicide in Japan.