Friday, 25 February 2011

Short story by Anusha Bai Paramasivan in the 14th issue of SELANGOR TIMES

14 stories in 14 issues, and the editor tells me that "the queue [for new stories] now is very long." This is great news.

By the way, I don't know Anusha. It's great that there are Malaysian writers I don't know; otherwise, the scene would seem so small!

The full issue is here!

4 comments:

Terra Shield said...

Well, she's not a a Malaysian writer in the true sense (Malaysian definitely, but not a writer) seeing that this is probably the first piece of fiction she's ever dared to send out to be read by all and sundry...

PS: Thanks for the information that the paper was accepting fiction submissions...

anusha

Amir Muhammad said...

Ooo!
Well, people didn't know Kafka was a writer until he was dead, so you already have a head start!

John Ling said...

If you write, you're a writer. Simple as that. =)

Dora said...

Hi Amir, my name is Dora and I'm an editor with Reader's Digest Asia. Could you get in touch with me about possibly writing an article for the magazine? My email is dora.cheok@readersdigest.com. Thanks.