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This Is My Own

Letters to Wes and Other Writings on Japanese Canadians, 1941-1948

by Muriel Kitagawa, edited by Roy Miki

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published: Jan 1985
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publisher: Talonbooks
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Letters written during the uprooting and forced relocation of the Japanese-Canadian community in late 1941.

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Muriel Kitagawa
Tsukiye Muriel Kitagawa was senior editor for The New Age, the first newspaper to express the Nisei (second-generation Japanese Canadian) perspective and provide an outlet for that generation’s expressive thought and literary writing. In 1938 she began writing for The New Canadian, where she was a regular contributor under several pen names. With four young children, including twins born right in the middle of the uprooting of the entire B.C. Japanese Canadian community, Muriel and her family moved to Toronto to join her brother Wesley Fujiwara, who was attending university there in June of 1942.

Roy Miki
Roy Miki is a writer, poet, critic and professor emeritus at Simon Fraser University. He has taught and written about the work of bpNichol for many years and was the editor of Pacific Windows: Collected Poems of Roy K. Kiyooka, which won the 1997 Poetry Award from the Association of Asian American Studies. His major bibliographic study, A Record of Writing: An Annotated and Illustrated Bibliography of George Bowering, won the Gabriel Roy award from the Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures as the best book on Canadian Literature for 1991. Miki lives in Vancouver. Miki is also the editor of This Is My Own: Letters to Wes and Other Writings on Japanese Canadians (1985), Tracing the Paths: Reading‚ Writing The Martyrology (1988), Meanwhile: The Critical Writings of bpNichol (2001) and Redress: Inside the Japanese Canadian Call for Justice (2004), as well as co-editor with Cassandra Kobayashi of Justice in Our Time: The Japanese Canadian Redress Settlement (1991).
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Roy Miki is the author of the non-fiction book Redress: Inside the Japanese Canadian Call for Justice (2005), as well as three previous volumes of poetry, Saving Face: Selected Poems 1976-1988 (1991), Random Access File (1995), and Surrender (2002). He also has edited work by bpNichol, George Bowering, and Roy Kiyooka. Miki lives in Vancouver.
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Muriel Kitagawa Tsukiye Muriel Kitagawa was senior editor for The New Age, the first newspaper to express the Nisei (second-generation Japanese Canadian) perspective and provide an outlet for that generation's expressive thought and literary writing. In 1938 she began writing for The New Canadian, where she was a regular contributor under several pen names. With four young children, including twins born right in the middle of the uprooting of the entire B.C. Japanese Canadian community, Muriel and her family moved to Toronto to join her brother Wesley Fujiwara, who was attending university there in June of 1942.

Roy Miki Roy Miki is a writer, poet, critic and professor emeritus at Simon Fraser University. He has taught and written about the work of bpNichol for many years and was the editor of Pacific Windows: CollectedPoems of Roy K. Kiyooka, which won the 1997 Poetry Award from the Association of Asian American Studies. His major bibliographic study, A Record of Writing: An Annotated and Illustrated Bibliography of George Bowering, won the Gabriel Roy award from the Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures as the best book on Canadian Literature for 1991. Miki lives in Vancouver. Miki is also the editor of This Is My Own: Letters to Wes and Other Writings on Japanese Canadians (1985), Tracing the Paths: Reading, Writing The Martyrology (1988), Meanwhile: The Critical Writings of bpNichol (2001) and Redress: Inside the Japanese Canadian Call for Justice (2004), as well as co-editor with Cassandra Kobayashi of Justice in Our Time: The Japanese Canadian Redress Settlement (1991). Roy Miki is a writer, poet, and critic who teaches at Simon Fraser University. He has taught and written about the work of bpNichol for many years and was the editor of Pacific Windows: Collected Poems of Roy K. Kiyooka which won the 1997 Poetry Award from the Association of Asian American Studies. His major bibliographic study, A Record of Writing: An Annotated and Illustrated Bibliography of George Bowering , won the Gabrielle Roy Prize from the Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures as the best book on Canadian Literature for 1991. Miki lives in Vancouver. Miki is also the editor of This Is My Own: Letters to Wes and Other Writings on Japanese Canadians (1985) ; Tracing the Paths: Reading, Writing The Martyrology (1988) ; co-editor with Cassandra Kobayashi of Justice In Our Time: The Japanese Canadian Redress Settlement , and Meanwhile:The Critical Writings of bpNichol .

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