Tag Archives: Memory

Review: Displacement by Kiku Hughes

DISPLACEMENT by Kiku Hughes brings the reader along as the main character time travels through her grandmother’s memories to the United States’ internment of Japanese-Americans after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Based on the author’s own life and her research … Continue reading

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Playing Chess with My Son

My Dad liked to play chess. My son, now almost eight, was always too young to play chess properly with his Opa, but at least the idea was introduced and some of the rules and strategies were discussed between them. … Continue reading

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Leaving Hadn’t Been Part of the Plan

“No quiero salir.” I used my child-like vocabulary with as much emotion as I could muster. I wanted them both to understand that I wasn’t giving up, he was. “Es que su hijo no quiere…,” I had to think about … Continue reading

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