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The New Yorker has a short story from Haruki Murakami called Airplane (via Alex). This reminds me that just this week/weekend I've spotted Murakami translator Jay Rubin's Haruki Murakami and the Music of Words floating about in shops, although I'm busy with Richard Ford and Kobo Abe right now.

* 19:14 * reading