Interview in The Bulletin: On Writing Darkest Light

May 26, 2012 By: Hiromi Category: Blog, Interviews, News & Reviews

It’s always an honour and pleasure to be interviewed by the The Bulletin; a journal of Japanese Canadian community, history and culture. John Endo Greenaway asks some very specific questions about Darkest Light ranging from process to content and it was interesting to respond to them.

We also talked about my moving to Toronto. Alas! At the time of the interview this was so! But quite recently I was invited to be the new YA & Genre Fiction Mentor at Simon Fraser University’s The Writer’s Studio! I was very pleased to accept this position, thus, my move to Toronto has been postponed for the time being.

As my father always emphatically stated:

Life… <dramatic pause> is Un-Knowable!

4 Comments to “Interview in The Bulletin: On Writing Darkest Light”

  1. Toronto’s loss and our gain Hiromi. Congratulations on your new position!

  2. Thank you, John! ^__^

  3. oh phew – read it in the Bulletin and said ‘oh no, it must be true’ and now it’s not… hurrah! sounds like a fun gig!

  4. Awww! You’re sweet. Yes, I’m staying for a different kind of adventure. Looking forward to the first term! See you PSF?


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