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Megan Kamalei Kakimoto’s debut collection of short stories stun us with folklore.  We meet inhabitants of Hawai’i through the gaze and reflections of women and femmes, as they bravely face their spiritual and material inheritances. Sharp coming-of-age stories of interrupted personal and collective traditions are cutting, yet balanced with a balmy confluence of happy accidents. Kakimoto beautifully takes on what it means to decentre men while navigating patriarchal structures.

Every Drop is a Man's Nightmare; Megan Kamalei Kakimoto

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