Published stories and anthologies

Not So Stories – Best Beloved

Anthology
Rebellion Publishing, 2018
by David Thomas Moore (Editor)

Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories was one of the first true children’s books in the English language, a timeless classic that continues to delight readers to this day. Beautiful, evocative and playful, the stories of How the Whale Got His Throat or How the First Letter Was Written paint a world of magic and wonder.

It’s also deeply rooted in British colonialism. Kipling saw the Empire as a benign, civilising force, in a way that’s troubling to modern readers. Not So Stories attempts to redress the balance, bringing together new and established writers of colour from around the world to take the Just So Stories back, to interrogate, challenge and celebrate their legacy.

Available from:
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Liquid City, Vol. 2 – Worn

Graphic novel anthology
Image comics, 2010
by Sonny Liew (Editor and Contributor)

Liquid City Volume 2 once again brings together creators from Southeast Asia to offer an amazing diversity of stories. From Lat’s vignette of a soccer game in Malaysia and Ivan Song’s poignant, near-future tale of childhood memories, to Vietnamese artist Nguyen Thanh Phong’s account of his adventures in South Korea, this collection showcases an incredible variety of styles and genres. War, fantasy, drama, road trips, and Robot Rabbits – you’ll find it all and more in Liquid City Volume 2.

Available from:
Amazon | Barnes & Noble

Liquid City, Vol. 1 – Eidolon

Graphic novel anthology
Image comics, 2008
by Sonny Liew (Editor and Contributor)

The full-color Liquid City anthology brings together creators based mainly in Southeast Asia, such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam. From Leong Wan Kok’s distinct post-apocalyptic landscapes and alien creatures to Lat’s unique and charming take on Malaysian life, from Mike Carey’s meditation on colonialism to Ken Foo’s dark tales of regurgitations and bodily transformations, Liquid City presents an edgy vision of lives in cities past, present, and future.

Available from:
Amazon | Barnes & Noble