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Asuka Fujimori, Katakana:アスカ・フジモリ, Hiragana: あすか ・ふじもり, Kanji:藤森明日香 (Fujimori Asuka) (Tokyo, 1978) is an alleged[clarification needed] Japanese female novelist who writes in the French language. Many of her works include political satire and crime fiction. Her satirical stories in particular generally take place in twisted fictional settings, where she blends her acerbic narrative with grotesque black comedy.
In a recent interview with Moonhakdongne Corporation, which has published her works in Korean, Fujimori revealed her true identity as a male writer of French descent, Asuka Fujimori being only one of his pen names. He also confessed writing under his another pseudonym, including Thomas Taddeus. Fujimori currently resides in Tokyo, Japan.
- Nekotopia, Paris, Flammarion, 2004 ISBN 2-08-068415-9
- Mikrokosmos: Ou le théorème de Soga, Paris, Flammarion, 2005 ISBN 2-08-068679-8
- La corde aux jours impairs, Paris, Flammarion, 2006, ISBN 2-08-069033-7
- La dernière lueur du diamant, Paris, Flammarion, 2008 ISBN 2-08-120690-0
- (French) Info
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