A Rock has a Hundred Faces

Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock print of ladies in kimono viewing cherry blossoms
Niwa no Hanami by Eishi Hosoda (1756–1829). Ukyio-e style illustration of Japanese women viewing cherry blossom in a traditional garden. Digitally enhanced. (Public domain)

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Steve Benfey

Steve Benfey

How, hi are you? I’m a writer living in rural Japan. My writing expresses the spirit of living the way I do or did — in consensual reality and otherwise.

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