Synopses & Reviews
Fiction. The Pynchonesque life, loves and legend of a female manga artist whose controversial comix story challenged the authority of the Emperor of Japan. "I enjoyed BORDER TOWN and the author's wry sense of humor. Its semiabsurdist tone reminded me of Tom Robbins"--Frederik L. Schodt. "Zany tale of manga madness, relationship mayhem and fish fetishism takesus into J-pop Tokyo with just the right mix of absurdism and realism"--Leza Lowitz.