Contributors / June 2017 (Issue 36: Writing Japan)

Mariko Nagai
ImageBorn in Tokyo and raised in Europe and America, Mariko Nagai studied English/Creative Writing—Poetry at New York University. Her numerous honors include the Erich Maria Remarque Fellowship from New York University, fellowships from the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, Akademie Schloss Solitude, UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for the Arts, Yaddo, and Writers Center of Norwich, to name a few. She has received the Pushcart Prizes both in poetry and fiction. Her publications include Histories of Bodies: Poems, Dust of Eden, Georgic: Stories, Instructions for the Living and Irradiated Cities (Les Figues, 2016). She is an Associate Professor of creative writing and Japanese literature at Temple University, Japan Campus in Tokyo. [Translations | Photography & art]

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