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  1. Exile and the Heart by Tamai Kobayashi, 1998
  2. Quixotic Erotic by Tamai Kobayashi, 2003-09-01
  3. Quixotic Erotic by Tamai Kobayashi, 2003
  4. Lit for chicks of color: a girls' guide to desirable reading.(culture)(Brief Article)(Book Review): An article from: Colorlines Magazine by Megan Izen, 2005-12-22

1. Kobayashi, Tamai; Bibliography By Subject
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2. Kobayashi, Tamai
Exile and the Heart, Quixotic Erotic Average customer rating Mosaic of connections between family friends
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Average customer rating: Exile and the Heart
Tamai Kobayashi
Manufacturer: Women's Press (CA)
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ASIN: Book Description Set in North America and Japan, Exile and the Heart weaves beautiful stories of women of the diaspora negotiating love, identity, and friendship against a moving landscape of memory, history and home. Gen Tanaka and Kathy Nakashima slowly piece together the fragments of their lives, naming their exiles, tracking their journeys, making the connections of who they are, and what that means. In a world of racism and homophobia, Kobayashi's characters carve a cautious home of tenderness and resilience. Exile and the Heart is a passionate and musical tale sparkling with clarity and freshness. Customer Reviews: A beautifully written series of interlocked stories about a small group of women, all either friends, family, or exlovers. Kobayashi evokes in a sort of poetic fire clearly the sometimes joyful, sometimes painful ties people have with each other. Even though the characters are women and most are lesbians, the overall story can clearly portray parallels in any family unit, whether chosen or hereditary. Resonates along with Sarah Schulman's "Rat Bohemia" or Alison Bechdel's series "Dykes to Watch out for".
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Quixotic Erotic
Tamai Kobayashi
Manufacturer: Arsenal Pulp Press
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Binding: Paperback ASIN: Book Description Step into a world of dream, of fantasy, of erotic tales spiked with poetic imagery. Step into Quixotic Erotic, the new collection of literary erotica from Tamai Kobayashi.

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    5. Ryerson Library - Asian Heritage In Canada - Authors - Tamai Kobayashi
    Asian Heritage in Canada Authors Kobayashi, Tamai Born in Japan in 1965 and raised in Canada, Tamai Kobayashi is
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      Born in Japan in 1965 and raised in Canada, Tamai Kobayashi is a writer, songwriter, and videomaker who lives in Toronto. Her writing has appeared in a number of lesbian anthologies and literary magazines. Kobayashi is one of the founding members of Asian Lesbians of Toronto. Her story "Panopte's Eye" is an excerpt from a novel-in-progress.
      Poetry
      All Names Spoken: Poetry and Prose
      Co-author, Monika Oikawa.
      Toronto: Sister Vision, 1992.
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      All Names Spoken is an arresting and diverse collection. Extremely provocative and uninhibited, it's pages shimmer with beautiful imagery and sensual, sexy eroticism. The partnership and compatibility of Kobayashi's and Oikawa's writing is made all the more effective by their difference of style and perception. This has resulted in the book's rich and affective texture, a wonderful gathering of complimentary individuality.
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      Exile And The Heart: Lesbian Fiction
      Toronto: Women's Press, 1998.

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    Kobayashi, Tamai, Ohtani, Arai, Jiang, Hunter,
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    7. Taiko - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Kobayashi, Tamai. Heartbeat in the Diaspora Taiko and Community. Fuse 12, no. 5/6 (1994) 2426. Kodani, M. Making a Taiko. Horaku (1979). Taiko.
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Taiko (disambiguation) Taiko drummers in Aichi , Japan Taiko means " drum " in Japanese (etymologically "great" or "wide drum"). Outside Japan , the word is often used to refer to any of the various Japanese drums (和太鼓, wa-daiko , "Japanese drum", in Japanese) and to the relatively recent art-form of ensemble taiko drumming (sometimes called more specifically, kumi-daiko (組太鼓)). The performances can last between 5 and 25 minutes and typically follow a jo-ha-kyū (beginning, middle, end/rapid, sudden, urgent, and emergency) structure, which means the performance will speed up significantly towards the grand finale.
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    8. A Celebration Of Women Writers: K Listings
    WRITERS WHOSE NAMES START WITH K. K ltzow, Liv, 1945 (1945 - ) ; In Norwegian; K. Surangkhanang, 1911- aka K. Surangkhanang; Rosamalin; Moruedi; Nakhon Suraphan; Kanha
    http://www.digital.library.upenn.edu/women/_generate/authors-K.html
    WRITERS WHOSE NAMES START WITH K

    9. Arsenal Pulp Press Contributor Info Page
    Tamai Kobayashi. Tamai Kobayashi was born in Japan and raised in Canada. She is the author of All Names Spoken (coauthored with Mona Oikawa) and Exile and the Heart.
    http://www.arsenalpulp.com/contributorinfo.php?index=139

    10. Taiko | Ask.com Encyclopedia
    Kobayashi, Tamai. Heartbeat in the Diaspora Taiko and Community. Fuse 12, no. 5/6 (1994) 2426. Kodani, M. Making a Taiko. Horaku (1979). Taiko.
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    11. Quixotic Erotic Tamai Kobayashi Paperback
    A deft collection of literary erotica spiked with Quixotic Erotic Tamai Kobayashi Paperback. A deft collection of literary erotica spiked with poetic imagery.
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    12. Jazzing Encyclopedia Topics | Reference.com
    Kobayashi, Tamai. Heartbeat in the Diaspora Taiko and Community. Fuse 12, no. 5/6 (1994) 2426. Kodani, M. Making a Taiko. Horaku (1979). Taiko.
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    13. A Celebration Of Women Writers: JAPAN
    Kobayashi, Tamai, 1965(1965 - ) ; More Information; Kojiju (ca. 1121 - ca. 1201) Kono Taeko (1926 - ) Kurahashi, Yumiko, 1935-2005 (1935 - June 10, 2005)
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    WRITERS FROM JAPAN

    14. LITERATURE/ LITTRATURE:
    Kobayashi, Tamai, 1965 Exile and the Heart Lesbian Fiction. Toronto Women’s Press, 1998. (102 p.;
    http://library2.usask.ca/srsd/gaycanada/lit/short.htm
    LITERATURE/ LITTRATURE:
    SHORT STORIES/NOUVELLES
    lenvers des images escarpes: 8 nouvelles prcdes dun essai Montral: Oblique ditrices, 1987. (111p.; ISBN 2980059803) Contents: Que veut dire lesbianisme en littrature? / Danielle Charest and Christiane Tremblay Nuit / Guylaine Bisaillon Un espace blanc / Christiane Tremblay Une fois de trop / Danielle Chagnon Piscine intrieure non mixte / Maryse Pellerin Images pour deux voix / Lorraine Gagn All the worlds a stage / Denise Blais Le passe-temps / Louise Malette Les repas / Jose Huot. Information derived from AMICUS catalogue. Ann, Kathryn, 1950- Snakes and Ladders: Stories . Ottawa, Ont.: Impertinent Press, c1993. (132 p.: ISBN 189534901X) Babineau, Guy. Channel Surfing in the Sea of Happiness . Toronto: Gutter Press, 1998.

    15. Bolerium Books At Antiqbook.com
    126965 KOBAYASHI, TAMAI AND MONA OIKAWA All names spoken; poetry and prose. 95814 KOBAYASHI, TAMAI AND MONA OIKAWA - All names spoken; poetry and prose.
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    2141 Mission, Suite 300, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA. Tel.: 1-800-326-6353 (US/CANADA), +1 415-863-6353, Fax +1 415-255-6499 Email: reds@bolerium.com Search our books Search Antiqbook Search on this page Click on booknumber for full information : KARAGUEUZIAN, DIKRAN - Blow it up!; the black student revolt at San Francisco State College and the emergence of Dr. Hayakawa.
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    16. Works In Progress
    Results Announcement Deadline Date Apr. 03, 2006. Jurors AndraWarner, Elle, Thunder Bay Hough, Robert, Toronto Kobayashi, Tamai, Toronto Robillard, Brent, Athens
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    Works in Progress
    Results Announcement
    Deadline Date: Apr. 03, 2006
    Jurors:
    Andra-Warner, Elle, Thunder Bay
    Hough, Robert, Toronto
    Kobayashi, Tamai, Toronto
    Robillard, Brent, Athens
    Number of Applications: Total Requested: Number of Grants Awarded: Total Recommended:
    Recipients: Ali, Anar, Toronto, $12,000 Argyle, Ray, Toronto, $12,000 Baird, Alison, Oakville, $12,000 Battigelli, Rosanna, Sudbury, $12,000 Book, Shane, Ottawa, $12,000 Dennis, Amy, Burlington, $12,000 Garfinkel, Jonathan, Toronto, $12,000 Glickman, Susan, Toronto, $12,000 Kacer, Kathy, Toronto, $6,000 (co-applicant); McKay, Sharon, Kilbride, $6,000 (co-applicant) Munce, Alayna, Toronto, $12,000 Quilty, Michael, Midland, $12,000 Stratton, Allan, Toronto, $12,000

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    18. Works In Progress
    Kobayashi, Tamai, Toronto, $12,000 Lennon, Maureen, Toronto, $12,000 Lopes, Damian, Barrie, $12,000 Paxton, Maureen, Toronto, $12,000 Roorda, Julie, Toronto, $12,000
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    Results Announcement
    Deadline Date: July 3, 2007
    Jurors:
    Bell, Roger, Port McNicoll
    Bennett, Jonathan, Peterborough
    Dimaline, Cherie, Toronto
    Haidarali, Laila, Toronto
    Number of Applications: Total Requested: Number of Grants Awarded: Total Recommended:
    Recipients: Bishop-Stall, Shaughnessy, Toronto, $12,000
    Bowness, Anna, Toronto, $12,000
    Cannon, Margaret, Toronto, $12,000 Cumyn, Alan, Ottawa, $12,000 Dennis, Morgan, Toronto, $12,000 Fischer Guy, Christine, Toronto, $12,000 Kobayashi, Tamai, Toronto, $12,000 Lennon, Maureen, Toronto, $12,000 Lopes, Damian, Barrie, $12,000 Paxton, Maureen, Toronto, $12,000 Roorda, Julie, Toronto, $12,000 Syms, Shawn, Toronto, $12,000 Thran, Nicholas, Toronto, $12,000

    19. Open Site - Arts: Literature: Authors: K
    Kobayashi, Tamai Koch, C. J. Koch, Kenneth Kogawa, Joy Komunyakaa, Yusef Koning, Hans Koontz, Dean R. Korczak, Janusz Korman, Gordon
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    20. Out Of The Stacks, October 1999 Edition
    Kobayashi, Tamai 1998 Women's Press Blind Bitter Happiness MarsJones, Adam 1997 Chatto Windus Stages of Desire Gay Theatre's Hidden History Miller, Carl
    http://www.uic.edu/depts/quic/resources/out_of_the_stacks/10.99.html
    Out of the Stacks
    October 1999
    These are new titles which have been added to the collections of the UIC Library . They are available for checkout to all authorized users of the Library. These titles were provided to QUIC by H. Robert Malinowsky, Professor and Manager of Collections Development and Reference at the University of Illinois at Chicago Library. They appear alphabetically by author within subject categories. Art Drama Drugs Gender Research ... Writing Title (by Subject Heading) Author (s) Year Press Art Queer Representations: Reading Lives, Reading Cultures Duberman, Martin (Ed.) New York Univ. Press Bibliography of Gay and Lesbian Art College Art Association, Gay and Lesbian Caucus College Art Association Drama Out Takes: Essays on Queer Theory and Film Hanson, Ellis (Ed.) Duke Univ. Press Vintage Book of International Lesbian Fiction Holoch, Naomi (Ed.) Vintage Murray, Raymond The Living Arts Lovesick: Modernist Plays of Same-Sex Love, 1894-1925 Senelick, Laurance (Ed.) Routledge Hollywood Drag Suares, J.C. Thomasson-Gant Drugs Lesbians and Gay Men: Chemical Dependency Issues (2nd Edition) Weinstein, Dava L. (Ed.).

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