Magazine. Fiction. Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. Art. The latest issue of BAMBOO RIDGE opens the Editors' Choice Awards winners—Tamara Leiokanoe Moan for poetry, Mary Lombard for prose, and Emil DeAndreis for new BR writer—followed by a special section, "War! What Is It Good For?" Featured in this section are Gail N. Harada, WWII veteran Don Matsuda, and Wing Tek Lum's series of poems on the Nanjing Massacre, accompanied by artwork by cover artist Noe Tanigawa, along with her insightful artist's statement on creating the images that are based on Lum's poetry. In addition to a trio of surfing accounts by Carl Millholland, Patrick Moser, and Mark Thiel, the anthology includes new work by established writers previously published in BAMBOO RIDGE as well as by emerging voices: Rachel Ana Brown, Amalia B. Bueno, Donald Carreira Ching, Shoshana Hannemann, Jeffrey J. Higa, Frances H. Kakugawa, Brenda Kwon, Lanning C. Lee, Jennifer Santos Madriaga, Gavin McCall, Delaina Thomas, Lee A. Tonouchi, Jean Yamasaki Toyama, and Peter Van Dyke.
Eric Chock and Darrell H.Y. Lum founded Bamboo Ridge Press in 1978 to foster the appreciation, understanding, and creation of literary, visual, or performing arts by, for, or about Hawai‘i’s people. Author City: HONOLULU, HI USA