Jonathan Crisman and Jason Sexton interview Karen Tei Yamashita about motivating and influential features behind her novels and plays, which are difficult to define by genre: they have been called science fiction, speculative fiction, postmodern, postcolonial, magic realist, and most certainly experimental. Between her transnational history, her role as a maker, and the strong spatiality of her writing, Yamashita’s insights have shaped the way urban humanities are practiced. Her landmark 1997 novel, Tropic of Orange, has become a key text and model for creative practice for urban humanists based in Los Angeles.
Research Article| September 01 2016
A Boom Interview: In conversation with Jonathan Crisman and Jason S. Sexton
Boom (2016) 6 (3): 18–24.
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Karen Tei Yamashita; A Boom Interview: In conversation with Jonathan Crisman and Jason S. Sexton. Boom 1 September 2016; 6 (3): 18–24. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/boom.2016.6.3.18
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