INFINITE WORLDS MAGAZINE #3
(Featuring my short story, “To Ashes”, 2020)
Full-color and ad-free, Infinite Worlds #3 will feature stunning cover art by Brazilian virtuoso Pedro Correa, stories by Johanna Beate Stumpf, Wayne Ree, and Stephen Williams, incredible art by Moon Patrol, Eleonora Lisi, Jeramy Muxworthy, Tokebi, William Tempest, Jasmine Haomin Shi, and many more, and exclusive interviews with master space painter John Harris and rapper/producer Del the Funky Homosapien!
TALES FROM A TINY ROOM
(Expanded edition, 2019)
Two gods sit on a park bench and compare universes. A woman has to find herself after discovering she’s an unwanted clone. A man changes with every city he’s in. An ancient beast hunts a very real monster.
Fourteen stories, taking you from the everyday to the extraordinary. These are the Tales From a Tiny Room.
LONTAR: THE JOURNAL OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN SPECULATIVE FICTION #10
(Featuring my short story, “Satay”, 2018)
This tenth and final double-sized issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Korea and Vietnam.
LONTAR is the world’s only biannual literary journal focusing on Southeast Asian speculative fiction. Our many contributors have won major literary awards in Singapore, the USA, UK, Taiwan, Japan and the Philippines.
(With Benjamin Chee, 2017)
A stranger comes to town to find peace. A salesman comes to town to make a deal. And that’s when everything starts to unravel. Because if the devil’s not in the details, then the question is… where is he?
PULP TOAST/ROTI BAKAR #3: (NOT) THE CHOSEN ONE
(Featuring my short story, “Loop”, 2017)
We spend our lives chasing, looking up to, and wanting to be the heroes or heroines of the world. The chosen ones, if you’d prefer. As a result, we don’t hear the stories from the sidelines, maybe even missing out on something more interesting and human. This issue of Pulp Toast looks past the faces on the poster.
(With Kyle Ong, 2019 – ongoing)
Ghost Maps follows a mysterious narrator as he chronicles the supernatural in Singapore and around Southeast Asia.