Murakami Monday: My first

Back when I was a young high school kid I was aimlessly wandering around Borders on Queen Street looking for something to read. Although it was not that long ago, this was before the surge of decent young adult literature, so I was in limbo, too old for kid’s books, but too young for adult […]

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Murakami Monday: Colour

Auckland Art Gallery is one of my favourite places. I love it’s quiet halls, the comings-and-goings of strangers, the shifting spaces and worlds. I went there last sunday, and came across this colour projection, which is a continuation of last year’s Light Show. As you walk in front of the colours, they shift and change. […]

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Murakami Monday: The Desk of

Murakami’s beautiful website is host to a number of words, images, and sounds, allowing you to get lost for hours. One of my favourite pages of the site is The Desk of Murakami, a collection of photos and words from the author himself of where the magic happens. “The paperweight was a gift from Sonny Mehta when […]

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