The English translation of Haruki Murakami's 1Q84 comes out today. I first saw this book more than a year ago, when Kelly was reading the Korean translation of it. The audio version, which I'll be downloading as soon as my credit from Audible arrives, is forty-six hours and fifty minutes long. I've been in a Murakami mode lately, having read Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman and Norwegian Wood and listened to The Wind-Up Bird Chronicles and What I Talk about When I Talk about Running.
In honor of the new translation:
"The Fierce Imagination of Haruki Murakami," an article by Sam Anderson (warning: contains spoilers)
the trailer for Stephen Earnhart's multimedia stage production of The Wind-Up Bird Chronicles