In class, I had my students read Chin Music Press’ excellent Kûhaku and other stories from Japan (2004) paired up with
I’ve been investing my non-work cycles in preparing for my Japanese Popular Culture class at UMSL. We are currently
In light of the Novemberwetter, I posted this on another blog in an attempt to win a copy of a cool book, Oh! A Mystery of
Haven’t had much time to post lately; been focused on some off-line activities. I am writing an article for an issue of
Poignant and explicatory as ever, Roland Kelts’ new article at 3AM magazine called “Soft Power, Hard Truths:
[HTML1] The art of He Qi has arrived and is installed in the gallery. Gallery opens on Monday!
[HTML1] Roland Kelts talking about Murakami Takashi’s “Superflat” aesthetic and the differences between
After Paprika, we had a panel discussion featuring Patrick Drazen, Roland Kelts, Fred Schodt, and Jeni Prough. Having these