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    Ruth Ozeki: The Granta Podcast, Ep. 87 | New Writing | Granta Magazine ‘ seemed very odd and unstable to be who I was.’ Yuka Igarashi In the podcast she reads from the piece and discusses it alongside her latest novel, A Tale for the Time Being, touching on haiku, feminist Buddhist nuns, memory, the idea of cultural gyres and why and how she wrote herself into her book.


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