Luna Park called it one of the best new literary magazines of 2011. Junot Díaz said it was "an astonishment, by turns playful and profound, that makes you wish it were a monthly." Now Monkey Business International is back, with Haruki Murakami on writing, travel, and his love of libraries; Hiromi Kawakami's off-kilter insights into a very eccentric neighborhood; Hideo Furukawa's eerie "Breathing Through Gills"; manga renderings of stories by Franz Kafka and Lafcadio Hearn; Mieko Kawakami's prose poem version of J. D. Salinger's "A Perfect Day for Bananafish"; Minoru Ozawa's quirky haiku; Yoko Ogawa and other writers responding to a post-disaster questionnaire ("What Do You Wish We Had in Japan Today?"); more of Sachiko Kishimoto's tantalizing "Forbidden Diary"; a poem by Stuart Dybek; new stories by Rebecca Brown and Barry Yourgrau—plus much, much more. The issue will be out in April, and there will be a launch party extravaganza in May, but while you wait, we are proud to announce a new home for the Monkey, which will feature content and conversations as lively as what awaits you in the magazine. Check it out!