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The Waves Burn Bright: A Cauldron of a Book

So spring is finally making its laborious way through Japan bringing with it cherry blossom, hay fever, influenza outbreaks and a pulled achilles tendon (though the last one has nothing to do with the season and is probably far from

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Happy Hogmanay

End of the year, and all that. I have to say, 2013 has been fantastic. Vintage. Every year I write a list of all the things I want to achieve by the following December. Lose weight, study Japanese properly, things

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Publish and Be Damned.

It’s been a busy few weeks for homing pigeons sent by editors and judges. In the negative column came: – The Dundee International Book Prize: shortlisted but not final listed. – From Glasgow To Saturn:  flash fiction about a fight

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