Rappler's latest stories on Haruki Murakami
So to write like Murakami, you have to slay a few dogs and shed their blood. That is the easy part.
Heads up, Haruki Murakami fans! These Murakami-themed events are happening in Manila. You can also watch 'Norwegian Wood' as part of the festival!
At Komura Book Fair, you can listen to live music, read a book, or even grab a beer or two
Will Eka Kurniawan win the prestigious Man Booker award?
Murakami answers queries from readers on a specially established website offering advice on subjects ranging from the racy to the frankly odd
The author answers the first batch of questions posted on Friday
Shinchosha Publishing says the publicity shy writer will pen answers to queries offering his opinions and advice on how to tackle all manner of difficulties
Murakami accepts the Welt Literaturpreis and soeaks in support of Hong Kong s pro democracy protesters while in Germany
No one has taken real responsibility for the 1945 war end or the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident I feel so
Murakami is definitely best known for his novels but reading short stories is a different kind of pleasure
The collection will include 5 short novels which have already been published separately in magazines and one new offering
Nakatonbetsu s town assembly aren t amused at their portrayal as a home for litterbugs
Immense interest surrounds the logic guiding the Swedish Academy as it selects the writer whose name will forever be associated with the world s most coveted literary prize
In a rare public appearance Murakami spoke at a seminar entitled Observe soul write soul in the ancient city of Kyoto
Japanese salarymen interrupted their commutes to buy Haruki Murakami s new novel
Publishing house Bungeishunju Ltd posted a small advert in newspapers on Saturday February 16 which said only: Haruki Murakami: Long awaited novel to arrive in April
With just hours to go before the Nobel Literature Prize laureate is announced in Stockholm speculation has hit fever pitch with Canada s Alice Munro and Japan s Haruki Murakami often cited as possible winners
Haruki Murakami one of the world s foremost novelists wades into the territorial row between China and Japan