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Moving the Birds: A Short Story (Kindle Single)

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How do you take care of six pet birds when their owner lives a couple of hours away and you don’t drive? Why, of course, bundle them into small cake boxes and then into paper bags, and carry them on the train.

That’s what the young woman narrating the story decides to do when her bird-loving mother is going to be in the hospital for a while. To help her in the task, she en
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Kindle Edition, 21 pages
Published October 19th 2015
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Mitsuyo Kakuta (1967–) set her sights on becoming a writer from an early age. Her debut novel—Kōfuku na yūgi (A Blissful Pastime), written while she was a university student—received the Kaien Prize for New Writers in 1990. She has been working continuously as an author ever since, never having had to support herself with a separate job. Three nominations for the Akutagawa P
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