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Akiko Akazome

Akiko Akazome (赤染晶子, Akazome Akiko), born Akiko Seino (瀬野晶子, Seino Akiko), was a Japanese writer. Akazome won the 143rd Akutagawa Prize and the 99th Bungakukai Prize before her death in 2017.

Biography

Akazome graduated from the Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, where she studied German, in 1996. She entered graduate school at Hokkaido University intending to become an academic, but instead started writing stories that reflected her Kyoto upbringing.

In 2004 Akazome won the 99th Bungakukai Prize for her story "Hatsuko-san," which was later published in book form as Utsutsu utsura. Her 2010 book Otome no mikkoku, about a group of women in a German class reading Anne Frank's The Diary of a Young Girl, generated controversy for using a casual writing style to discuss serious subject matter. Otome no mikkoku won the 143rd Akutagawa Prize, with the selection committee praising the use of humor to discuss social problems.

Akazome died of acute pneumonia in 2017 at the age of 42.

Recognition

  • 2004 99th Bungakukai Prize
  • 2010 143rd Akutagawa Prize (2010上)

Bibliography

  • Utsutsu utsura, Bungei Shunjū, 2007, ISBN 9784163259307
  • Otome no mikkoku, Shinchosha, 2010, ISBN 9784103276616
  • Uonteddo kaijin nijūichimensō, Bungei Shunjū, 2011, ISBN 9784163807409

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