Hayao Miyazaki’s Lost Magic of Parenthood

How the legendary Studio Ghibli filmmaker explores the intersections of childhood, parenthood, and magic in his most famous films.

One of life’s great joys is watching your children play. Through a kitchen window overlooking your backyard, at the beach, exploring a park. There’s great pleasure in observing…

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Hugo Award-winning writer with work in Kotaku, Wired, Uncanny Magazine, and Tor.com. He lives on Vancouver Island with his wife and kids.

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Hugo Award-winning writer with work in Kotaku, Wired, Uncanny Magazine, and Tor.com. He lives on Vancouver Island with his wife and kids.

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