Dead Love: Linda and Wendy on Dead and Undead

Today, I’m sharing an interview of Namako and Dead Love author Linda Watanabe McFerrin by Midori by Moonlight and Love in Translation author Wendy Nelson Tokunaga. It takes me back to Tokyo, Japan, Shanghai, and all the other places in Asia that I love so much. I especially love the tips on great restaurants—they really are!

I think it would be fun to have these two sit down and chat about what it’s like to have a foot in both worlds. Here and there, nowhere and everywhere, presently absent, dead and undead—the operative word is paradox.

By the way, I’ll be posting a Dead Love schedule of events soon and adding to it as time goes by. I do hope you drop by and join the parties.

—Erin Orison, DEAD LOVE/the Daily Slice





  • http://www.WendyTokunaga.com Wendy

    Erin, I want to have dinner with you at Michael Mina sometime!

  • http://www.deadlovebook.com Erin Orison

    Great place for a celebration!

  • boldlow

    Always a treat to get a glimpse into the thinking of the magical and marvelous Linda Watanabe McFerrin. I can imagine a magical evening at Michael Mina's (or any restaurant that Linda's comfortable dining at) with you (Erin), Linda, the talented Wendy Nelson Tokunaga and yours truly, discussing literature, travel, and ghostly stories while sipping a zombie. Perfect!

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