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The Best Of Honolulu Fiction by Darrell Lum
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The Best Of Honolulu Fiction

by Darrell Lum

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Fiction. What happens when a slick city magazine and a literary journal join forces? This book, published by one of Hawai'i's foremost literary journals (BAMBOO RIDGE - see listings in Magazines), features stories from the HONOLULU Magazine Fiction Contest. For the last 16 years, HONOLULU Magazine has sponsored a yearly contest for short stories that reflect Hawai'i in setting, characters, and theme. The prizes have been generous. And the response great. The contest has done what it was designed to do, encourage the best local writing.

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