Haruki Murakami to appear at Guardian’s book club at Edinburgh International Book Festival

murakamistuff:

Haruki Murakami will make an appearance this Saturday at 3 PM at the Guardian’s book club discussion with John Mullan. He will talk about his new novel and answer some pre-selected fan questions.

You can send in questions you would like him to answer using the comments section of this Guardian article.There will not be a book signing.

Tickets for the book club discussion with Murakami are already sold out.

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I’m on instagram now! Do you have one? Let me know!
I’ll try to publish there some works in progress and about my life too.
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tadzioonthebeach:

Hey, guys!

I’m on instagram now! Do you have one? Let me know!

I’ll try to publish there some works in progress and about my life too.

See ya!

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victongai:

'Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage' by Haruki Murakami

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Being a long time Murakami fans, I was super excited when AD Kim from Boston Globe asked me to create the art for the “Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage” book review. 

In “Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage,” Haruki Murakami’s latest novel, he allows his hero to eavesdrop on one of life’s darkest possible tunes: the inner hum, the secret desire, for death. As the book opens, the “colorless” Tsukuru Tasaki has fallen into a terrible depression. Tsukuru’s four closest friends, who are nicknamed by colors, abruptly and unequivocally cut him off. All he can think about is dying. Tsukuru escapes the void, just barely, and emerges a new person, the person we follow through the rest of this book. Murakami elegantly describes how emotional trauma can lead us to disassociate. Read the book review here.

Big thanks to AD Kim Vu. This is actually my first time working with the Boston Globe, what a great way to start!

stanleychowillustration:

'Inspiring Innovators' - Yohji Yamamoto for Intelligent Life Magazine

stanleychowillustration:

'Inspiring Innovators' - Yohji Yamamoto for Intelligent Life Magazine