Posted on March 2, 2021 at 11:45 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

It isn’t just actors and musicians who stretch out of the creative outlet that first made them famous — writers have been known to do the same.

Novelist Haruki Murakami, for example, has been broadcasting radio shows, hosting musical jams, and (as it turns out) designing T-shirts.

Literary Hub reports that the author of Killing CommendatoreNorwegian Wood, and The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle collaborated with UNIQLO on eight shirts that call back to his books and radio show.

The shirts will be available for sale starting March 8; you can preview them or check out links to the full collection and UNIQLO's interview with Murakami at Lit Hub.

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