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The 31-year-old won this year’s Akutagawa Award—named for ‘Rashomon’ author Ryunosuke Akutagawa—Japan’s most prestigious honour for a new writer.
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A misspelling of ‘symptom’.
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Bacon, E. (2018) ‘Maverick’ in Dying & Other Stories: Literary Speculative Fiction, p. 18 (eBook).
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