“Vizenor is at full speed in Hiroshima Bugi. This book is a natural dance of concepts. Vizenor does for Native literature what James Joyce does for Irish literature in Ulysses and Finnegans Wake..—Diane Glancy, author of Designs of the Night Sky
.Vizenor has a reputation for taking chances with his novels, for pushing the form in new directions. He outdoes himself in his latest. . . . Readers who have shared other adventures with Vizenor will not be disappointed..—Library Journal
.Mapping the realms that matter to transformations of consciousness is one order of business; evoking transformative visionary presence is another. Transpersonal explorations of issues of identity and peace require not just orientation but also evocation. There is no better introduction to these issues than the challenges that Gerald Vizenor's latest fiction, Hiroshima Bugi, poses to transpersonal thinking..—
Jurgen W. Kremer, ReVision
(Jurgen W. Kremer ReVision)
About the Author
Gerald Vizenor is a professor of American Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of more than twenty books, including the American Book Award winner Griever: An American Monkey King in China and Wordarrows: Native States of Literary Sovereignty (Nebraska 2003).