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Kuroi is a member of the "Introspective Generation" of Japanese writers, whose work depicts the thoughts of ordinary Japanese. He lives in Tokyo's western suburbs, along the Chūō Main Line, in a neighborhood similar to that depicted in his novel of linked stories, Gunsei (Life in the Cul-de-Sac, 群棲), for which he won the 1984 Tanizaki Prize.
As of 2006 he is president of the Japan Writer's Association (Nihon Bungeika Kyokai).
- Jikan (Time, 時間), 1969.
- Gunsei (Life in the Cul-de-Sac, 群棲), 1984. Translated to English as Life in the Cul-de-Sac, trans. Philip Gabriel, Stone Bridge Press, 2001. ISBN 1-880656-57-4.
- Hane to tsubasa (Feathers and Wings), Kodansha, 2000. ISBN 4-06-210257-9.
- Serafin, Steven; Glanze, Walter D. (1984). Encyclopedia of world literature in the 20th century: based on the first edition edited by Wolfgang Bernard Fleischmann. Ungar. p. 238. Retrieved 3 July 2011.
- Senji Kuroi at J'Lit Books from Japan (English)
- Synopsis of A Day in the Life (Ichinichi, Yume no Saku) at JLPP (Japanese Literature Publishing Project) (English)
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