Heaven and Earth
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Seemingly from nowhere, a fox cub starts to talk to the grass in front of it, saying, “Kusa-don, tell us a story!” Kusa-don wearily begins talking to the fox cub who has been pestering it for a story.
A fox cub, a mountain witch, a young princess, an angel, and a dragon boy; the well-known characters of folklore laugh, struggle, and fight.
“Do we really exist?”
Legends start to cross over and heaven and earth start to strain. Will legends disappear from the earth?
This is a Japanese fantasy that the world needs to hear.
Born in Osaka in 1959, she graduated from the Department of Literature at Konan Women’s University. She won the 3rd Shosetsu Gendai Novel Newcomer Encouragement Prize for her literary debut Mi Sae Hana Sae. The award-winning work was renamed for publication as Hana-kurabe: Prosperity of Mukojima Nazuna-ya. She won the 150th Naoki Prize for Love Song, the 31st Oda Sakunosuke Prize for Oranda Saikaku, the 22nd Gishu Nakayama Prize for Dizzy, the 11th Funahashi Seiichi Literary Prize for Lucky Bag, the 22nd Shiba Ryotaro Prize for Story of the Villain (KADOKAWA), and the 13th Chuokoron Literature Prize for Heaven and Earth (Tokuma Shoten). Her literary works include Sukatan, Teacher’s Garden Gate, Rebellion of the Matsutake, The Remnant, The Setting Sun, The Worst Shogun, and The Silver Cat.
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