Manoa Stream

Front Cover, 2007 - Poetry - 76 pages
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This collection of poems, written in both pidgin and standard English, centers on the local Japanese experience in Hawaii. Novelist Juliet Kono describes the collection as having "a new, energetic voice, full of insight and wisdom...The images in the poems are lively, yet beautiful in their rendering, the book an example of how craft and tenaciousness have been intertwined to create such lovely poems." Juliet S. Kono. Author of Hilo Rains and Tsunami Years.

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About the author (2007)

Ann Inoshita was born and raised on O'ahu. She has been published in Bamboo Ridge: Journal of Hawai'i LIterature and Arts, Hawai'i Pacific Review, and has other publications forthcoming. She is in the M.A. program in English with a Creative Writing concentration at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. She is a 2006 recipient of the Myrle Clark Award for Creative Writing and a 2007 recipient of the John Young Scholarship in the Arts. This is her first book of poems.

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