Sayonara Amerika, Sayonara Nippon
さよならアメリカ さよならニッポン
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Welcome!  This page contains information about my
work in modern Japanese literature and culture, my
creative writing, my everchanging musical likes and
dislikes, and other useless information.  All opinions,
rational conclusions, emotional outbursts, etc., are my
own.  All errors are the fault of someone else.  
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Artwork by Versea Bourdaghs (1941-2008)
All contents copyright 2003-2015 by Michael K. Bourdaghs
Association for Japanese Literary Studies Annual Meeting, University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign, October 9-10, 2015. Scheduled to be discussant for panel on
“Japanese Aesthetics, the Senses, and the State.”


"Two Japanese Novelists:  Soseki and Toson," at
 Séminaire transatlantique,
"East and West: Traditions of Representation," University of Chicago, December
4-5, 2015.
Recent Fiction and Creative Writing:
(Complete listing available here. Updated on 1/6/2014)
"This Hallowed Ground," short story, published  in
Prime Number Magazine #43 (2013).

"In My Room (Ganz Allein)," novella, published
in
Eunoia Review (2013).

"Timing is Everything," short story, published in
Temporary Infinity #2 (2011).

"Invasive Species," short story, published in
Avery:  
An Anthology of New Fiction
, #4 (2009).  The
Emperor of Japan takes historical responsibility, one
fish at a time.  

Translations of haiku by Kikaku that I did for the
February 2004
special "Japan" issue of  
BigCityLit.com, which I guest-edited together with
Tomer Inbar.

"Memoirs of a Geist," short story, published in
Hawai'i Pacific Review, Vol. 16 (2002).  Man
walks into a bar; turns out he's Hegel's Geist.

"Disorientation Day," short story, published in
Colere, Vol. 2 (2002).  Rockabilly meets Husker Du
on the streets of Tokyo, circa 1987.  

"A Hazard of New Fortunes," short story, published
in
Elysian Fields Quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 1 (2002).  
Kuki Shuzo and the Minnesota Twins, together at
last.... You can read a sample and order a copy
here.  
Upcoming and Recent Public Lectures and Conferences:
       (Updated on 9/1/2015)