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“I can’t keep track of you,” a friend said to me in the grocery store parking lot yesterday.

“I can’t keep track of me either!” I said.

May 2017 is shaping up to be an exciting month for me.

In print, you can find me talking about David Ishii’s sadly-missed bookstore in the anthology Ghosts of Seattle Past.

On May 6, find me at the Atlas Obscura Central District/Chinatown-International District Atlas Obscura walking tour in Seattle. I’ll be giving a reading from the Ghosts of Seattle Past anthology.

On May 10, I’ll be presenting more recent work in the Artists UP showcase.

On May 18, my colleague Michael Sullivan and I am planning a Japanese American Day of Remembrance for my adopted hometown, Tacoma.

On May 24, my author interview will be featured in Deesha Philyaw’s monthly column, VISIBLE, at The Rumpus. (Squeal!). I talk about my writing projects there.

(Oh, and last month my friend Sandy Evans featured my “advice to my 15-year-old-self” on her author blog. Go read her compelling middle grade novel, This Is Not A Werewolf Story.)

And then, summer will be quickly upon us. Let’s hope for more sun, Seattle/Tacoma.

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