Terry Watada is a poet (with four published titles), a playwright (with seven plays produced), a short story writer (with a published collection), a children's book writer (two titles), a historian (two titles), and writer of two manga. He has also edited several anthologies. His first novel, The Blood of Foxes, was published in 2007. He looks forward to holding The Three Pleasures, his second novel, in his hands. Mr. Watada lives in Toronto.
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