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Author: Terry Watada

Terry Watada is a Toronto poet, novelist, playwright and essayist, and historian, musician and composer, with numerous publications to his credit. Five of his plays have received mainstage production. He contributes a monthly column to The Bulletin, a national Japanese Canadian community paper. For his writing, music and community volunteerism, he was recently awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. His published works include THE GAME OF 100 GHOSTS (TSAR Publications, 2014), The Sword, the Medal and the Rosary (2013), The TBC: the Toronto Buddhist Church, 1995-2010 (2010); Kuroshio: The Blood of Foxes (2007); Obon: the Festival of the Dead (2006); Ten Thousand Views of Rain (2001), and A Thousand Homes (1995).

The Game of 100 Ghosts
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The Game of 100 Ghosts

Mawenzi House/TSAR Publishers

Poetry. Asian & Asian American Studies. This wonderful collection is inspired by an old Japanese parlour game of telling ghost stories. In this game, popular during the Edo period (1603-1868), participants gathered at night to sit around 100 lit can...

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The Three Pleasures
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The Three Pleasures

Anvil Press

Fiction. Asian & Asian American Studies. 1940s Vancouver. The Japanese have just bombed Pearl Harbour and racial tension is building in Vancouver. The rcmp are rounding up "suspicious" young men, and fishing boats and property are soon seized from S...

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