MONKEY New Writing from Japan

Volume 3: CROSSINGS

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Pub Date 10 Jan 2023 | Archive Date 26 Jan 2023

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For readers who want to be introduced to exciting contemporary Japanese writers, especially women (Mieko Kawakami, Aoko Matsuda, and more).

MONKEY New Writing from Japan is an annual anthology that showcases the best of contemporary Japanese literature. Volume 3 celebrates CROSSINGS: Transitioning Out of the Pandemic, we are inspired by stories of transformation and the joyful play between Japanese and Western literatures. MONKEY offers short fiction and poetry by writers such as Mieko Kawakami, Haruki Murakami, Hiromi Kawakami, and Aoko Matsuda; a graphic narrative by Satoshi Kitamura; and contributions from Stuart Dybek and Matthew Sharpe.

For readers who want to be introduced to exciting contemporary Japanese writers, especially women (Mieko Kawakami, Aoko Matsuda, and more).

MONKEY New Writing from Japan is an...


Advance Praise

MONKEY is more fun than anything called literature has a right to be. Some of the most imaginative writing in the world just so happens to hail from Japan.”
—Roland Kelts, Nikkei Asia

“An astonishment, by turns playful and profound”
—Junot Diaz, author of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

MONKEY is full of deep, funny, wild, scary, fabulous, moving, surprising, brilliant work.”
—Laird Hunt, author of Neverhome

“A sampler of Japanese literature in translation that gives you tastes of varied, sumptuous flavors.”
—Eric Margolis, Tokyo Weekender

MONKEY is more fun than anything called literature has a right to be. Some of the most imaginative writing in the world just so happens to hail from Japan.”
—Roland Kelts, Nikkei Asia

“An...


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