Monthly Archives: September 2013

To be in Love by Shuntaro Tanikawa

This post was inspired by a fellow translator named Naoko, the author of The Lost Notebook Returns, who commented on my first Tanikawa post from way back in August. She is amazingly translating into her second language, English, which is something … Continue reading

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“Bonfire” by Kunikida Doppo (opening paragraph/sentence)

So I’ve been pretty busy and I’m still trying to figure out what I want to do next. I’m thinking of translating this story by Kunikida Doppo, a fantastic writer from the Meiji period of Japan (1868-1912). I read this … Continue reading

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Quick post just to explain the sudden lack of content…

So people who dropped by Lost/Found in Translation today may have noticed, all the Colorless Tsukuru is gone! Well, the inevitable happened, the copyright police caught me and kindly requested I remove all of it. I’m actually kind of flattered … Continue reading

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