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Monkey Business: Japan/America Writers' Dialogue (Complete)

NEW YORK, April 30, 2016 — In celebration of the publication of the sixth edition of Monkey Business, a cutting edge literary journal comprised of new writing from Japan, Asia Society presents two separate panel discussions featuring prominent Japanese and foreign literary figures. The first conversation features Linh Dinh and Mieko Kawakami and is moderated by Roland Kelts, and the second discussion features Hideo Furukawa and Rebecca Brown and is moderated by Ted Goosen. Motoyuki Shibata, a founding editor of Monkey Business, introduces the participants. (1 hr., 43 min.)


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