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A beach in Ireland, a mountain temple in Japan, a hot summer drive in the Bronx, a dentist's office in Michigan, a hospital in San Francisco, and a bus ride through the Hudson Valley. Notes from the Nineties ties these disparate stories together with poems and photos between, with raw emotions: rage, tenderness, vindictiveness, jealousy, terror, sorrow, loss, acceptance.

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Paperback, 1, 154 pages
Published March 25th 2016 by Kinoshita Kajitsu Press
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Maree Hodgess
Jun 03, 2016 rated it liked it
Notes from the Nineties is a collection of short stories and poems that made me feel a little bit like I had just read the diary entries of various people but they don't really lead very exciting lives.

There were a few stories in the collection that I found it hard to maintain interest in, such as The Firebrand which details the mounting frustration of a lost driver and The Lost Bunny Shrine of Annandale which is a drunken journey made by some college students.
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Billie
Oct 22, 2017 rated it liked it
This book is a collection of short stories and poems. The author has some black and white photography included throughout the book. Some of the themes were quite interesting, others not so much. I received a copy of the book from Goodreads Giveaways for an honest review.
Abhishek Singh
May 01, 2016 rated it really liked it
I received a copy of this book through Goodreads Giveaway.
This is a book containing short stories and poems. Rooting from simplicity, it was a nice time reading them. A few poems were good and some stories were very nice.
A nice collection!
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Long ago, I gave up my high school dreams of becoming the next Carl Sagan and instead wound up working (in order) at a video rental store, a used bookstore, a computer seller, Kinko's, a Jewish newspaper company, and an HR firm. I eventually became a teacher of intercultural communication in Kyoto, where I vainly attempt to apply quantum mechanics to language teaching, practice martial arts and Ze ...more