Monthly Archives: March 2014
And here is the next section. One more to go. I hope you have enjoyed reading. Cheers. ～苦栗鼠 V Tomita fixed his eyes on the master. “So it’s another lecture. You hardly hear a word before you realize you’ve been … Continue reading
Another one by Tanikawa from the collection 『世間知ラズ』 Seken shirazu (Ignorant), the title poem of which I translated before. It’s one of my favorite books. Hope you all enjoy this one! ~苦栗鼠 Battleaxe I got up after nine, drank some coffee … Continue reading
An excerpt by Yosano Akiko that my good friend translated. Check it out. I look forward to more fun stuff from her. 🙂
The End is in sight my friends! Hope you enjoy this week’s installment. Two more to go! Cheers! ~苦栗鼠 IV At that moment there was the sound of someone at the door stamping the snow from his shoes.
Naoko over at The Lost Notebook Returns recently translated this poem by Tanikawa Shuntaro and we had a discussion about the title, which is quite difficult to translate. After putting so much thought into just the title, I thought I might … Continue reading