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Hideo Furukawa

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Hideo Furukawa, born in 1966, has published several novels, including Horses, Horses, in the Innocence of LightLOVE (which won the Mishima Yukio Prize), Belka, Why Don’t You Bark? (which has been translated into English), Tribes of the Arabian Nights (which won the Japan Mystery Writers Association Prize and the Japan SF Grand Prize), and The Holy Family. He is known for giving voice to his writing and has released his readings on CD and DVD. His most recent works are Dog Mother and A World without Paved Roads, written with the illustrator Kiyoshi Kuroda.

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