Moeko Fujii is a Japanese writer and critic. Her essays and criticism have appeared in or forthcoming to The New Yorker, The Believer, The Point, and elsewhere. She has an MFA in creative nonfiction from Columbia and a BA from Harvard College, and has received scholarships from the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference and Kundiman. She’s currently working on an essay collection called When the Quiet Ones Dance, which asks: what does it mean to be intimate in public? Who is allowed? She calls New York and Tokyo home, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in transnational modernism at Princeton.