Running from the Dark
“I run to silence the voices that haunted my brother and sister.”
Noriko Nakada writes, blogs, tweets, parents, and teaches middle school in Los Angeles. She is committed to writing thought-provoking creative non-fiction, fiction, and poetry. Publications include two book-length memoirs: Through Eyes Like Mine and Overdue Apologies, and excerpts, essays, and poetry in Meridian, Compose, Thread, Hippocampus, The Rising Phoenix Review, and Linden Avenue.
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