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A illustrated, 3 volume collection of original stories inspired by Japanese folklore.
A illustrated, 3 volume collection of original stories inspired by Japanese folklore.

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Fables for Japan is now LIVE! Download your copy today!! http://www.fables4japan.com/

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Meet MaGnUs, writer and letterer, and read a page from his story "Gaman", available tomorrow in Fables of Japan, Book 3! http://www.fables4japan.com/2012/05/contributors-magnus.html

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Meet Rebecca Minor and read a clip from her story, "Silent Blessing," appearing in Book 3! http://www.fables4japan.com/2012/01/meet-contributors-rebecca-minor.html

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Meet Carol Menchu, a prolific poet and storyteller, and read some samples of her work on Fables for Japan.
http://www.fables4japan.com/2011/12/meet-contributors-carol-macdonald.html

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Meet Ana-Maria Maximencu and see her work for "The Lonesome Pine of Takata." http://www.fables4japan.com/2012/05/contributors-ana-maria-maximencu.html

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Meet the Contributors! Chris Bivins is a talented new artist who makes slot machines for a living. Check out his work on "Brothers' Three" - seen only in Fables for Japan, Book 3, available June 1st.
http://www.fables4japan.com/2012/05/contributors-chris-bivins.html

We are starting a Fan page on Google+ for Fables for Japan. “Fables for Japan” is a series of 3 anthology e-books created by 87 renowned writers and artists, as well as rising new talent, from all over the world. This exquisite collection of folktales, comic book stories, and poetry is beautifully illustrated and connected by the theme of Japanese folklore.

From classic legends retold with a modern perspective to original tales for the next generation, "Fable for Japan" honors the beauty of this ancient culture in creative and new ways. These books will make you laugh, cry, and consider how myth still shapes our society.

All proceeds go to charity to help those affected by the 2011 earthquake, tsunami, and Nuclear Reactor leak in Japan.

To learn more and to buy the e-books, check out our website at: www.fables4japan.com!
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