Printed Matter, “Tokyo’s International Literary Review,” which boasts of being Japan’s oldest English literary journal, can now claim to be Japan’s largest.

The 20th-anniversary issue, published last year, was more than twice its usual dimensions and volume, tipping the scales at coffee-table book proportions with 237 pages of poems, prose, reviews, translations, photographs and drawings.

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