Fiction:

  • August 8 – Brooks, Terry: Magic Kingdom for Sale – Sold
  • September 1 – Nair, G.M.: Duckett & Dyer Dicks For Hire
  • September 14 – Gaiman, Neil: The Graveyard Book
  • September 21 – Jordan, Robert: The Eye of the World
  • September 28 – McCaffrey, Anne: Dragonquest
  • October 1 – J.R.R. Tolkin: The Hobbit
  • October 14 – Brooks, Terry: The Black Unicorn
  • October 21 – Jordan, Robert: The Great Hunt
  • October 28 – McCaffrey, Anne: Freedom’s Landing
  • November 1- Brooks, Terry: Wizard at Large
  • November 14 – McCaffrey, Anne: Dragonsdawn
  • November 21 – McCaffrey, Anne: The Dolphins of Pern
  • November 28 – McCaffrey, Anne: The Chronicles of Pern: First Fall
  • December 1 – Gaiman, Neil: American Gods
  • December 7 – Le Guin, Ursula: The Book of Earthsea
  • December 14 – Crichton, Michael: Andromeda Strain
  • December 21 – Herert, Frank: Dune
  • December 28 – Adams, Douglass: The Ultimate Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
  • January 1: Yoshimoto, Banana: Kitchen
  • January 7: Murakami, Haruki – Kafka on the Shore
  • January 14: Murata, Sayaka – Convenience Store Woman
  • January 21: Tanazaki, Junichiro – The Makioka Sisters
  • January 28: Kawakami, Hiromi – The Nakano Thrift Shop
  • February 1: Kawakami, Hiromi – Strange Weather in Tokyo
  • February 7: Murakami, Haruki – The Windup Bird Chronicles
  • February 14: Kawakami, Mieko – Breasts and Eggs
  • February 21: Tawada, Yoko – The Last Children of Tokyo
  • February 28: Motoya, Yukiko – Picnic in the Storm
  • March 1: Enchi, Fumiko – Masks
  • March 7:
  • March 14: Ogawa, Yoko – The Memory Police
  • March 21: Kawabata, Yasunari – Snow Country
  • March 28:
  • April 1: Oyamada, Hiroko – The Factory
  • April 7: Soseki, Natsume – I Am a Cat
  • April 14: Morimi, Tomihiko – Penguin Highway
  • April 21: Nagata, Kabi – My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness
  • April 28: Ishiguro, Kazuo – An Artist of the Floating World
  • May 1: Shibasaki, Tomoka – Spring Garden
  • May 7: Furukawa, Hideo – Slow Boat
  • May 14: Horie, Toshiyuki – The Bear and the Paving Stone
  • May 21: Yamada, Amy – Bedroom Eyes
  • May 28: Kakuta, Mitsuyo – The Eighth Day
  • June 1: Kitakata, Kenzo – The Cage
  • June 7: Miyazawa, Kenji – Night on the Galactic Railroad
  • June 14: Katayama, Kyoichi – Socrates in Love
  • June 21: Oe, Kenzaburo – The Changling
  • June 28: Miyamotoe, Tru – Kinshu, Autumn Brocade
  • July 1: Mayumura, Taku – Administrator
  • July 7: Ishiguro, Tatsuaki – Biogenesis
  • July 14: Miyabe, Miyuki – Brave Story
  • July 21: Chiaki, Kawamata – Death Sentences
  • July 28: Takano, Kazuaki – Genocide of One
  • August 1: Ubukata, Tow – Mardock Scramble
  • August 7: Tsutsui, Yasutaka – Paprika
  • August 14: Abe, Kobo – The Ark Sakura
  • August 21: Ueda, Sayuri – The Cage of Zeus
  • August 28: Ogawa, Issue – The Lord of the Sands of Time

Non-Fiction:

  • September 1 – Ancient Jomon of Japan: Case Studies in Early Societies
  • September 14 – In the Wake of the Jomon: Stone Age Mariners and a Voyage Across the Pacific
  • September 21 – Ancient Japan: A Captivating Guide to the Ancient History of Japan
  • September 28 – Shinto Shrines: A Guide to the Sacred Sites of Japan’s Ancient Religions
  • October 1 – The World of the Shining Prince, Court Life in Ancient Japan
  • October 14 – The Essence of Shinto, Japan’s Spiritual Heart
  • October 21 – Kyoto City of Zen, Visiting the Heritage Sites of Japan’s Ancient Capital
  • October 28 – Sources of Japanese Tradition, Volume One
  • November 1- The Ainu, A Story of Japan’s Original People
  • November 14 – Japan’s World Heritage Sites, Unique Culture Unique Nature
  • November 21 – Sacred Texts and Buried Treasures, Issues in the Historical Archaeology of Ancient
  • November 28 – Hagakure: The Secret Wisdom of the Samurai
  • December 1 – Emperor and Aristocracy in Heian Japan, 10th & 11th century
  • December 7 – The Halo of Golden Light, Imperial Authority and Buddhist Ritual in Heian Japan
  • December 14 – Sengoku Jidai, Nobunaga, Hideyoshi , and Ieyasu: Three Unifiers of Japan
  • December 21 – War in Japan, 1467-1615
  • December 28 – The Making of Modern Japan
  • January 1 – Emperor of Japan: Meiji and His World, 1852 – 1912
  • January 7 – Shinto, The Kami Way
  • January 14 – The Book of Yokai, Mysterious Creatures of Japanese Folklore
  • January 21 – The Sea and the Sacred in Japan, Aspects of Maritime Religion
  • January 28 – A Year in the Life of a Shinto Shrine
  • February 1 – Assembling Shinto, Buddhist Approaches to Kami Worship in Medieval Japan
  • February 7 – A Cultural History of Japanese Buddhism
  • February 14 – The Seven Tengu Scrolls: Evil and the Rhetoric of Legitimacy in Medieval Japanese Buddhism
  • February 21 – Behold the Buddha, Religious Meanings of Japanese Buddhist Icons
  • February 28 – Zen and Japanese Culture
  • March 1 – Ukiyo-e, The Art of the Japanese Print
  • March 7 – The Life of Animals in Japanese Art
  • March 14 – The Art of Japanese Architecture, History/Culture/Design
  • March 21 – Zen in Japanese Culture, A Visual Journey through Art, Design, and Life
  • March 28 – A History of Japanese Art, From Prehistory to the Taisho Period
  • April 1 – The Art of the Japanese Sword, The Craft of Swordmaking and it’s Appreciation
  • April 7 – Hiroshige, One Hundred Famous Views of Edo
  • April 14 – The Art of the Japanese Garden, History/Culture/Design
  • April 21 – Shodo, The Quiet Art of Japanese Zen Calligraphy
  • April 28 – 12 Centuries of Japanese Art from the Imperial Collection
  • May 1 – Kimono , Kyoto to Catwalk
  • May 7 – Sumi-e, The Art of Japanese Ink Painting
  • May 14 – Tattoos in Japanese Prints
  • May 21 – Japanese Tattoos, Meanings, Shapes, Motifs
  • May 28 – Something Wicked from Japan
  • June 1 – Yokai, Strange Beasts & Weird Spectres
  • June 7 – Yokai, Ghosts, Demons & Monsters of Japan
  • June 14 – The Taiheiki: A Chronicle of Medieval Japan
  • June 21 – Samurai, Warfare, and the State in Early medieval Japan
  • June 28 – Land, Power, and the Sacred, The Estate System of Medieval Japan
  • July 1 – Decadence and Dissolution: Tattoo and Kabuki Art by Kunichika
  • July 7 – The Japanese Way of Tea, From it’s Origins in China to Sen Rikyu
  • July 14 – Japanese Castles, AD 250 – 1540
  • July 21 – Japanese Castles, 1540-1640
  • July 28 – Samurai Arms, Armour, & the Tactics of Warfare
  • August 1 – Kimono, A Modern History
  • August 7 – Bushido, The Soul of Japan
  • August 14 – Timeless Beauty, Traditional Japanese Folk Art
  • August 21 – Hell in Japanese Art
  • August 28 – Shunga: Aesthetics of Japanese Erotic Art by Ukiyo-e Masters

I am a writer and artist working through the Kavordian Library series. I write sci-fi, fantasy, lgbt romance.

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