This new book is a collection of stories about Hawai‘i’s rich and diverse musical heritage. Inside, you will find the “voices” of many of the islands’ leading writers and musicians such as poet Lee Tanouchi aka Da Pidgin Guerilla; teacher and writer Marie Hara; singer-songwriter Jerry Santos, best-known for his work in the music group Olomana; Aaron J. Salā, assistant professor of Hawaiian music, ethnomusicology, at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa; among many others.
We Go Eat: A Mixed Plate From Hawai‘i’s Food Culture, published by the Hawai‘i Council for the Humanities and edited by Susan Yim, is an anthology of articles, short stories and poetry that reflects how food defines us in this state–from simple local food to Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine, SPAM and poke, oxtail soup or laulau and poi.
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