Hideo Furukawa

Hideo Furukawa is one of the most highly regarded writers in Japan today. His novel Belka, Why Don’t You Bark? was translated by Michael Emmerich in 2012 (Haikasoru). His partly fictional reportage Horses, Horses, in the End Light Remains Pure, translated by Doug Slaymaker with Akiko Takenaka,is scheduled to be published on March 11, 2016, the fifth “anniversary” of the Great East Japan Earthquake, by Columbia University Press.

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