Abridged Excerpt from CAMP 1942 and the Rest of My Life

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by Susan Yamamura Camp Minidoka – The Permanent Camp September 1942 to September 1945 Editor’s Note: This is a two-part essay reprinted from the author’s first published memoir of her years in camp. OOV thanks Susan Yamamura for permission to reprint. Part 2 will appear in the 46th isue. A

With a Dash of Dostoevsky and a Fistful of Fukuyama, the Arty, Four-Hour-Long Filipino Epic Norte, the End of History Actually Makes You Wish It Were Longer

2 Jul No Comments Remé Antonia Grefalda Essays, Issue 45

by Charles Mudede Editor’s Note: OOV thanks the author for permission to reprint his review which appears in THE STRANGER. Norte, the End of History is four hours long. But once you get into its rhythm, which is not slow but majestic, your sense of time is dissolved in the gradual

White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee

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by Svetlana Kim Talking to the Animals: Learning English at the San Francisco Zoo “We are made to persist. That’s how we find out who we are.” White Pearl and I by Svetlana Kim BookSurge Publishing, Charleston, 2008 Editor’s Note: This chapter from White Pearl and I is reprinted with

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