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On the Back of a Motorbike: Stories and Poems from Southeast Asia

On the Back of a Motorbike Stories and Poems from Southeast Asia Southeast Asia represents many things to different people From the offshore banking and tourist island paradises to the mountain towns of Borneo and fishing villages along the Mekong it is difficult

  • Title: On the Back of a Motorbike: Stories and Poems from Southeast Asia
  • Author: Kris Williamson
  • ISBN: 9780996717977
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • Southeast Asia represents many things to different people From the offshore banking and tourist island paradises to the mountain towns of Borneo and fishing villages along the Mekong, it is difficult to summarize such a diverse region Anyone who has spent at least 5 minutes in any of these countries, though, can vouch for the prominence of the motorbike This anthology pSoutheast Asia represents many things to different people From the offshore banking and tourist island paradises to the mountain towns of Borneo and fishing villages along the Mekong, it is difficult to summarize such a diverse region Anyone who has spent at least 5 minutes in any of these countries, though, can vouch for the prominence of the motorbike This anthology presents 27 works of short fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry on the theme of the motorbike in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam and the Philippines The contributing authors range from regional connoisseurs and expats to locals and those in the Diaspora, allowing for readers to approach Southeast Asia from different angles and tour as if on the back of a motorbike.

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    About "Kris Williamson"

    1. Kris Williamson

      Kris Williamson is a publishing consultant and writer Born and raised in Florida s Tampa Bay Area, he fled America when the neo cons took over, choosing to continue his studies in Australia Eventually he found his way to Malaysia and has been tolerated there despite the lack of itinerant mat salleh in the 1Malaysia agenda He has written professionally for a decade but only turned to writing for fun over the last few years He founded the Southeast Asian themed e zine Anak Sastra in 2010 and still edits its quarterly issues When not writing about himself in the third person, he talks about other people in the third person.

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    1. The founders of the Malaysian based literary journal Anak Sastra borrowed a leaf from their own book when it came time for the commemoration of issue number 25 toward the end of 2016 Though it was decided to mark the occasion differently, ie, not with a themed issue as such but rather an anthology of work, the resulting book On the Back of a Motorbike Literary Concept, 2016 offers the same amalgam of stories, creative non fiction and poetry that has been one of the journal s hallmarks since its [...]


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