Yayoi Lena Winfrey
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|Occupation||Artist, Filmmaker, Writer|
|Location||Honolulu O'ahu, Hawaii, United States|
|Introduction||Born in Tokyo, Yayoi lived on three continents by the time she was five. "I don't know how NOT to think globally," she says. An artist, filmmaker and writer, Yayoi has both a documentary and narrative in development. She also plans to publish a book of short erotic fiction featuring interracial relationships and multiracial characters. Meanwhile, a line of t-shirts for mixed-race folks, their friends and families is available at http://www.cafepress.com/hapateez You can also support the War Brides of Japan documentary at http://www.warbridesofjapan.com/ and the Watermelon Sushi feature narrative at http://www.watermelonsushi.com|
|Interests||I do what I'm interested in, and I'm interested in what I do.|
|Favorite Movies||Afrikan Diaspora, Bollywood, Peking Opera, Taiga Drama & Jidaigeki.|
|Favorite Music||Dancehall, Enka, Hindi, Roots, World.|
|Favorite Books||Caribbean women writers like Edwidge Danticat and Jamaica Kincaid. Toni Morrison. Zora Neale Hurston. Earl Shorris (Ofay) and John A. Williams (The Man Who Cried I Am). Japanese women writers.|
When you've got water stuck in your ear, how do you get it out?
Turn your head to the side.