Zack Davisson (He/Him) » National J-Link Directory

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Zack Davisson (He/Him)

ALT, Sakurai, Nara, 2001 – 2007 PNWJETAA
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Zack Davisson is a writer, editor, lecturer, scholar and translator, known for his his works on Japanese folklore and ghosts as well as translating the works of Shigeru Mizuki, Matsumoto Leiji, and Satoshi Kon.

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[T-YEAR] indicates the J-Link Member was hired, decided to continue to pursue an advanced degree or started their own business as a result of attending a Transitions event in the year indicated!