Deborah Iwabuchi

Deborah IwabuchiProfile: Deborah Iwabuchi made her first trip to Japan at age 17 and took up permanent residence soon after college. Originally from California, she lives in the city of Maebashi with her family and runs her own company, Minamimuki Translations.  She has co-authored bestselling books on writing and reading English for the Japanese market. She has translated novels by popular Japanese authors, including The Devil’s Whisper and The Sleeping Dragon by Miyuki Miyabe, as well as the ebook Little Keys and the Red Piano by Hideko Ogawa (translated with Kazuko Enda) and “The Law of Gravity” by Yuko Katawa in Tomo: Friendship Through Fiction—An Anthology of Japan Teen Stories.

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Publications for Children and Teens:

Little Keys and the Red Piano

Little Keys and the Red Piano
Writer: Hideko Ogawa
Translators: Deborah Iwabuchi and Kazuko Enda
Publisher: Stone Bridge Press
Date: May 28, 2013
ASIN: B00D2JM32E

Tomo: Friendship Through Fiction—An Anthology of Japan Teen Stories

Tomo: Friendship Through Fiction—An Anthology of Japan Teen Stories
Editor: Holly Thompson
Publisher: Stone Bridge Press
Date: March 6, 2012
ISBN-10: 1611720060
ISBN-13: 978-1611720068

The Sleeping Dragon

The Sleeping Dragon
Writer: Miyuki Miyabe
Translator: Deborah Iwabuchi
Publisher: Kodansha USA
Date: April 1, 2010
ISBN-10: 4770031041
ISBN-13: 978-4770031044

The Devil's Whisper

The Devil’s Whisper
Writer: Miyuki Miyabe
Translator: Deborah Iwabuchi
Publisher: Kodansha USA
Date: March 1, 2010
ISBN-10: 4770031173
ISBN-13: 978-4770031174

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