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Suzumo Sakurai

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Suzumo Sakurai

Suzumo Sakurai was born in Hokkaido, Japan, in 1968. He held several jobs, including postman, waiter, and meter reader, after his graduation from Meiji Gakuin University with a degree in sociology. He published his first novel, Aleluya, in 2002, and has since published two other novels, A Day in the Garden of the Cherry and Wintertime Voyage, and a collection of short stories, Women. He loves cats, alternative rock, and Henry Miller.

Articles by Suzumo Sakurai

My Wife and Me in March 2011
By Suzumo Sakurai
Someday, sometime in the distant future, I wonder how my wife and I will look back on the month of March 2011. Obviously we’ll remember it as the month of the massive earthquake, but I suspect we’ll…
Translated from Japanese by Chikako Kobayashi
The Waiter
By Suzumo Sakurai
The waiter who arrives with the summer at the seaside café barely earns eight to eight and a half a week. But what’s the harm?  The café now belongs to him.  He can work…
Translated from Turkish by Chikako Kobayashi
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