My Life in Vignettes
Descriptive stories of fleeting experiences that left a lasting impression on me.
(New stories will be linked here as they are published)
They Wondered if Mom was The Queen of England (Published in The Memoirist) [setting: 1960s and 1970s]
Slow Train to Matsue (Published in The Memoirist) [setting: early 1960s]
Rest in Peace, Cedric Doggory (Published in The Memoirist) [setting: 2002]
They Wondered if She Was The Queen of England (Published in The Memoirist) [setting: 1960's-1970's]
Japanese Only: A chance encounter with a Kamikaze pilot who lived to tell his story (Published in Tell Your Story) [setting: 1985]
Day Trip to Ocracoke: In search of Shells and Buried Treasure (Published in Postcards From Around the World) [setting: 2021]
Whalesong (Published in Illumination) [setting: ca. 1982]
Singing “Old Black Joe” for the Emperor of Japan” (Published in Tell Your Story) [Setting: 1970]
Magic in Edinburgh [Setting: ca. 1990]
About Me — Bart Emanuel
A.K.A. bakagaijin, 馬鹿外人 — (a stupid, foolish, dull, or ridiculous foreigner, especially one of European descent).
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