Signposts Vol 1: poems that don’t mess around. Three lines, three stanzas. Snapshots of time and place. Bookmarks that become pages.
Inspired by haiku and tanka, Signposts takes a different direction, shifting the emphasis from nature to urban existence. The results are sometimes dark. ... (learn more about this book)
Interested in Japanese culture but discouraged by purely touristic or academic accounts? Japanese Summer invites the reader on a unique three-month journey through urban, rural, and hidden Japan. In contrast to a lengthy survey, this deft memoir offers a collection of vignettes in journal form.... (learn more about this book)
Take 100 words. Take 100 provocative words. Overhaul their meaning, bring them up to date, and make them more provocative still. The result: Redefinitions, a short work that surprises, entertains, and sparks conversation lasting deep into the night. (learn more about this book)
How many images does a person see over a lifetime? Where does advertising end and self-image begin? In media-saturated Los Angeles, the chauffeur Martin Tate has seen it all. Or has he? Privy to the lives of various passengers, he pieces together the story that connects a model, a musician,... (learn more about this book)