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Support Hawaii Literature with WINE & WORDS
Saturday, November 08, 2014 1:21:06 AM

Q: How can you help support Hawaii writing & Bamboo Ridge? A: Come to our annual Wine & Words Benefit! Bamboo Ridge Press has been giving voice to Hawaii writers for over 35 years, producing ...

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From BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 97, ANSHU: Dark Sorrow, by Juliet S. Kono
Saturday, November 01, 2014 3:38:45 AM

Triggers for November: 1. I hope you get the job 2. everyone knows who you are 3. we soon had to make way for another family 4. no one there is alive 5. who said you can do that? 6. ...

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From BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 96, NO CHOICE BUT TO FOLLOW, by Jean Yamasaki Toyama, Juliet S. Kono, Ann Inoshita, & Christy Passion
Saturday, November 01, 2014 3:36:53 AM

BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 96, NO CHOICE BUT TO FOLLOW, by Jean Yamasaki Toyama, Juliet S. Kono, Ann Inoshita, Christy Passion Triggers for November: 1. he can’t remember her laugh 2. in rhythm ...

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SWEET DEALS FOR TEACHERS AND SCHOOLS; FREE FREE FREE
Thursday, October 09, 2014 9:07:06 PM

In an effort to get local literature into our schools, Bamboo Ridge Press, in partnership with the Hawaii Council for the Humanities, has initiated a program that will enable middle/high schools to order ...

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September winner in The Year of the Horse Writing Contest : )
Friday, October 03, 2014 7:46:23 PM

Congratulations! To our September winner in The Great BR Year of the Horse Writing Contest. She's won 10 Bamboo Bucks to redeem in the BR online store. Here's the award she won. Da mos Tiny ...

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From BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 95, THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS, by Michelle Cruz Skinner
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 5:51:31 AM

Triggers for October: 1. there’s too much to say 2. I read anything I could find 3. she could call her mom 4. I can’t waste water 5. I can assure you I’ve never been happier 6. ...

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BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 94, BAMBOO RIDGE: Journal of Hawai`i Literature and the Arts
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 5:48:44 AM

Triggers for October: 1. I felt a hand on my shoulder From “The Wake,” Brenda Kwon 2. I not finished but From “Peanut Butta Jelly,” K.L. Quilantang 3. it actually took a full year From ...

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From BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 93, ISLANDS LINKED BY OCEAN, by Lisa Linn Kanae
Monday, September 01, 2014 1:04:48 AM

Triggers for September: 1. but I knew better 2. you won’t believe what happened to me today 3. don’t take your stress out on me 4. too late to return them now 5. just throw um away 6. ...

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From BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 92, MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS, by Joe Tsujimoto
Monday, September 01, 2014 1:03:14 AM

Triggers for September: 1. Thailand, eighteen months 2. it was a small event 3. I felt ill at ease in a suit 4. eloquent 5. no one took up his offer 6. there was nothing I could ...

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From BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 91, BAMBOO RIDGE: CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF LOCAL LITERATURE
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 5:41:40 PM

Triggers for August: 1. for a moment, then, the world spun From “The Vase,” by Mary Lombard 2. take what is given with thanks From “The Bowl,” by Marie Hara 3. the conflict within me From ...

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From BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 90, AN OFFERING OF RICE, by Mavis Hara
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 5:38:39 PM

Triggers for August: 1. they laughed and greeted each other 2. just potential school dropouts 3. the dark woman in the photo 4. what’s for dinner? 5. she cried herself to sleep 6. ...

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Da Conversation: What do you Read?
Monday, July 21, 2014 6:40:37 PM

At this year’s Hawaii Book and Music Festival, Misty Sanico, Richard Melendez, and I hosted “Buckaloose! Your Story,” a flash fiction and improv. workshop that utilized writing prompts to “break free” ...

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June Winners for the BR Year of the Horse Writing Contest
Monday, June 30, 2014 9:53:17 PM

Congratulations to this month's winners. Each has won 10 Bamboo Bucks to spend in the online store : ) Here are this month's winners and the awards they've won: Da mos WooHoo! Award: "An ...

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BR Year of the Horse Writing Contest for July : )
Monday, June 30, 2014 5:42:02 PM

There is no word limit for your entries. HOWEVER, we are also looking for haiku entries, if you are so inclined : ) The triggers for this month are lines taken from the following two texts. Find ...

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From BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 89, Spring 2006, New Moon
Monday, June 30, 2014 5:31:45 PM

Triggers for July: 1. they were talking about her now [sp5]From “Katherine Higata and the Four Japanese Ladies,” by Barbara Hamby 2. it’s a better world [sp5]From “A High and Beautiful Wave,” ...

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From BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 88, THE SEVEN ORCHIDS, by Ian MacMillan
Monday, June 30, 2014 5:28:30 PM

Triggers for July: 1. this helps make his day 2. I’ll show you 3. she didn’t sound enthusiastic about it 4 why was she doing that? 5. holding her breath 6. that’s the word 7. ...

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS! "Getting Published: Tips from the Bamboo Ridge editors"
Monday, June 30, 2014 9:49:42 AM

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Year of the Horse Writing Contest for June : )
Saturday, May 31, 2014 9:31:17 PM

There is no word limit for your entries. HOWEVER, we are also looking for haiku entries, if you are so inclined : ) The triggers for this month are lines taken from the following two texts. Find ...

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From BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 87, Spring 2005, New Moon
Saturday, May 31, 2014 9:11:55 PM

Triggers for June 2014: 1. in a few short hours, the sun will be rising [sp5] From “Leaving Kalihi,” by Cedric Yamanaka 2. he never takes his eyes off the [sp5] From “Sakaula,” by Emelihter ...

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From BAMBOO RIDGE Issue Number 86, FOLKS YOU MEET AT LONGS and Other Stories, by Lee Cataluna
Saturday, May 31, 2014 9:09:41 PM

Triggers for June 2014: 1. but then, I remembered 2. that is hard work 3. then I not so sure 4. that would have been it for my career 5. never mind already 6. you start thinking ...