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Haruki Murakami on life as a radio DJ

Japanese author believes COVID has made his fiction even more relevant

Haruki Murakami, right, who serves as the DJ for the radio program "Murakami Radio," and musician Miu Sakamoto. (Photo courtesy of Tokyo FM)

TOKYO -- For international bestselling author Haruki Murakami, now is an essential time for novelists to create as many positive things as possible amid the growing uncertainty created by the COVID pandemic.

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