I was born and raised in Malaysia, and currently live in England.
I mostly write speculative fiction, with the occasional foray into romance. I am represented by Caitlin Blasdell of Liza Dawson Associates. My ideal book would probably be a version of Anne of Green Gables, set in Asia. With dragons!
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Spirits Abroad was a joint winner of the Crawford Award, along with Stephanie Feldman’s novel The Angel of Losses.
I have not won any other awards, so that heading should really be in the singular. But here are some other occasions on which my name was mentioned in proximity to an award!
- My short story First National Forum on the Position of Minorities in Malaysia was a finalist in the Selangor Young Talent Awards 2011, and was nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
- My novelette The House of Aunts and short story 起狮，行礼 (Rising Lion — The Lion Bows) were listed among the Carl Brandon Society Awards 2011 Honors.
- I was nominated for the 2013 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer.
- Spirits Abroad is a finalist in the Popular-The Star Readers’ Choice Awards 2015.
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