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Product Description: Daidai and her husband Hiroshi have what many of their friends believe is a perfect life. Daidai has recently left her job as curator of the Japanese American Museum in Los Angeles’s Little Tokyo so that she and Hiroshi, a university professor, can try for a baby...read more

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9781939419989 | Unnamed Pr, November 15, 2016, cover price $16.00 | About this edition: Daidai and her husband Hiroshi have what many of their friends believe is a perfect life.

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Product Description: Unending Nora is a love story, though not in the ordinary sense. Having retreated to the streets of the east San Fernando Valley amidst an intense heat wave, Nora Yano, who has lived the first 29 years of her life as a devout Christian and an outcast, strikes up a relationship with a stranger and experiences sexual intimacy for the first time...read more

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9781597091220 | Red Hen Pr, October 1, 2008, cover price $20.95 | About this edition: Unending Nora is a love story, though not in the ordinary sense.

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Product Description: After eighteen years as an annual publication, Issue 19 marks Blue Mesa Review's passage into biannual production. This Spring 2007 issue will feature a new format. Literary highlights will include an interview with Native American scholar and novelist Gerald Vizenor and a new translations section will be inaugurated with renowned Chinese poet Ting Shu's debut in English...read more
By Rudolfo A. Anaya (editor), Gene Frumkin (editor), Jonathan Heinen (editor), Joan Schweighardt (editor) and Julie Shigekuni (editor)

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9781885290199 | Blue Mesa Review, March 30, 2007, cover price $12.00 | About this edition: After eighteen years as an annual publication, Issue 19 marks Blue Mesa Review's passage into biannual production.

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Product Description: Blue Mesa Review Issue 18 celebrates the start-up of the University of New Mexico's Master of Fine Arts program with a move to semi-annual publication and two exciting new sections: Foreign Translations and Local Venues. Also included are fiction, poetry, nonfiction, book reviews, and an interview with Native American poet, novelist, and critic Gerald Vizenor...read more
By Joy Harjo (editor), Jonathan Heinen (editor), Christopher Jones (editor) and Julie Shigekuni (editor)

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9781885290182 | Blue Mesa Review, August 30, 2006, cover price $10.00 | About this edition: Blue Mesa Review Issue 18 celebrates the start-up of the University of New Mexico's Master of Fine Arts program with a move to semi-annual publication and two exciting new sections: Foreign Translations and Local Venues.

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Product Description: In stories, poems, and essays, Blue Mesa Review Issue 16 explores the relationship between art and the viewer. As Editor Julie Shigekuni notes in her foreword, "While a work of art begins with the intimate bond between artist and subject matter, once the creation is formed--published, sold-- different kind of relationship ensues...read more
By Julie Shigekuni (editor)

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9781885290168 | Blue Mesa Review, August 15, 2005, cover price $10.00 | About this edition: In stories, poems, and essays, Blue Mesa Review Issue 16 explores the relationship between art and the viewer.

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Product Description: Blue Mesa Review: Issue 15 features work by talented writers and poets such as Peter Ho Davies, Bonnie Jo Campbell, Michael Collier, and Roger Weingarten. The issue also includes a special selection of Gene Frumkin's poetry edited by Lawrence C...read more
By Julie Shigekuni (editor)

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9781885290151 | Blue Mesa Review, August 1, 2003, cover price $10.00 | About this edition: Blue Mesa Review: Issue 15 features work by talented writers and poets such as Peter Ho Davies, Bonnie Jo Campbell, Michael Collier, and Roger Weingarten.

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Follows a year in the life of a young Japanese-American academic who finds herself in the throes of an early midlife crisis in suburban New Mexico, where she lives with her husband and two children, helps to care for an aging father, and remembers her strained relationship with her late mother. 17,500 first printing.

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9780312311834 | 1 edition (St Martins Pr, June 1, 2003), cover price $23.95 | About this edition: As Lily Soto tries to balance her marriage, children, career, and the care of her father, she finds herslf in an affair with a colleague to avoid what is really weighing on her mind.

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Product Description: This thirteenth volume of Blue Mesa Review brings together writers and poets from all over the United States. The collection of poetry and fiction is lively and well edited to provide “the best work available.”Included in this selection are such well-known writers as Paula Gunn Allen, Arthur Sze, and Luci Tapahanso...read more

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9781885290137, titled "Blue Mesa Review 13" | Blue Mesa Review, April 1, 2002, cover price $10.00 | About this edition: This thirteenth volume of Blue Mesa Review brings together writers and poets from all over the United States.

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Gracefully interweaving the distinctive voices of four generations of Japanese-American women, a haunting story explores the heart and history of a family, the secrets that separate mothers and daughters, and the love that binds them together. 50,000 first printing.

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9780385476782 | Anchor Books, March 1, 1995, cover price $18.95 | About this edition: A story interweaving the distinctive voices of four generations of Japanese-American women explores the heart and history of a family, the secrets that separate mothers and daughters, and the love that binds them together

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Making their home in a large San Francisco dwelling, four generations of Japanese-American women--Reiko, Riio, Tomoe, and Nomi Hito--share their stories of devastating secrets and family bonds. Reprint. Tour. NYT.

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9780385482271 | Anchor Books, February 15, 1996, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: A story interweaving the distinctive voices of four generations of Japanese-American women explores the heart and history of a family, the secrets that separate mothers and daughters, and the love that binds them together

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