Writing, Literature & Publishing Faculty
Associate Professor (2005)
B.A. Columbia University, M.Phil. Oxford University, Ph.D. University of Michigan
Mako Yoshikawa's first novel, One Hundred and One Ways, was published by Bantam in 1999. A national bestseller in the States, it has been translated into six languages, including Swedish and Hebrew.
Yoshikawa's second novel, Once Removed, also published by Bantam, came out in 2003. Writing awards include fellowships from the Bunting Institute of Harvard University, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and the MacDowell Colony. Active as a scholar as well as a novelist, Yoshikawa has also published articles on incest and race.
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