This multicultural fiction collection, expansive and immediate, private yet universal, tells tales that range from the blackouts of World War II to school kids discovering the meaning of the Cold War while huddled under their desks. "These nine stories form a beautiful book; collectively they offer perhaps the most authentic, compelling, and revealing vision of Hawaiʻi yet produced."—Chariton Review
Winner 1994 Honolulu Magazine Fiction Writing Contest.
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