Kyoto Journal Issue 40
The African-American Experience in Japan
My Year of Meat: Fiction by Ruth Ozeki
American Militarism and the Law of Nature
Letters from Kashmir’s resistance
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Seven thousand years of life. Perhaps this being was here before the island was inhabited by humans. Until its recent discovery — for ninety-nine percent of its life — it remained unseen by them. What ages have passed in such a life? Typhoons, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions. Comets, climatic changes, fluctuations of ozone and oxygen. Buddha, Christ and Mohammed. Loggers, and now tourists.
Billy shook his hand free, laid the jacket across his lap, and took up the menu. Just as he’d feared it was printed all in Japanese, all except two lines scrawled in childish letters that read, “WELLCOME THE PUB AFRICA! Listen the MUSIC, Play the GAME, Feel the BEET.” He held up the menu as if to study it in a better light, scrutinizing the blocks and squiggles like a translator of hieroglyphics.
Pornography: The Production and Consumption of Inequality, by Gail Dinnes, Robert Jensen, and Ann Russo — Rick Mercier
365 Views of Mt Fuji: Algorithms of the Floating World, by Todd Shimoda — David Cozy
Shobogenzo: Uji: Deing-Time, by Dogen Zenji, trans. and annotated by Eido Shimano Roshi & Charles Vacher — Preston L. Houser
Zen & the Brain, by James H. Ausin, M.D. — David Rothenberg
Cover Image: Still from documentary “Doubles” by Regge Life
published May 1, 1999
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