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Published!!   Leave a comment

To all who have been reading my blog over the last two or three years, some of you know I started this as an outlet for writing about the process of getting published. In fact, you read my very blog posts, it’s actually about getting a literary agent, sending out packets, etc… which i never really did that much hehe. Either way, I haven’t been updating at much because I’ve been spending a lot of time blogging while i”m in Japan at my other site, Jamaican in Japan dot com. But i am pleased to say that I have been published here in a literary journal called Yomimono! So it’s amazing for me to be able to share this with you guys. I will try to write the occasional anecdote every now and then.

You can also checkout an interview I did on her website here.

cheers!

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5 Questions for Marcus Bird   Leave a comment

As some of you know, I’m a writer. I’ve been fortunate to have my short story “Gaijin Girl”, published in Suzanne Kamata’s 2010 edition of her Japan-based literary Journal, Yomimono.

This is a short interview I did for her blog.  Click the picture to read the interview! Please comment! Arigato!

Suzanne Kamata is the author of Losing Kei (Leapfrog Press, 2008), the editor of Love You to Pieces: Creative Writers on Raising a Child with Special Needs (Beacon Press, May 2008) and Call Me Okaasan: Adventures in Multicultural Mothering (Wyatt-Mackenzie Publishing, 2009)

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