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Hi everybody. It’s been a real long time. Sorry about that. I’m back with some good news, assuming you liked reading things that I’ve written. If you don’t, well, then I have some bad news: I wrote a book. It’s … Continue reading
I haven’t written in over a year, but I wanted to share my photographs from the month I spent in Kathmandu. It was my liminal phase between Japan and London. The relaxed, chaotic atmosphere of Kathmandu was a stark contrast … Continue reading
It’s been about a year since I left Japan, and I know many friends and readers (those in the JET Program) are coming up on saying goodbye to a country or to their friends who are headed home. Here’s a … Continue reading
Words are social creatures, with every word defined by other words, and dictionaries are a party. Interactions define things: words can’t write themselves. Meaning emerges in connections and gaps. Take some scissors to a Webster’s and cut out your favorite word, tack … Continue reading
I have been overwhelmed by the support from readers of my posts, On Sexual Harassment in Japan (Part 1) and (Part 2). I’m also stunned at how many of you had stories of your own, shared here or in … Continue reading