Written by poet, writer and scholar of Risk Fellow at Harvard University, Kho Tararith , “Sday” (Regret) is an intriguing story depicting the negative side of Valentine’s Day.
On the left side of Eden Garden Starbucks on September 14, a young writer, an illustrator and an editor presented some key techniques to Starbucks staff – officially called partners – on how to write creative stories and sketch for children’s books.
Thinking that real authors are the ones who have published countless titles under their names and have won several literary awards, Chan Kunthear has never considered herself to be one.
Living in the southwest province of Koh Kong – a vast underdeveloped place where the quality of education and lifestyle are still somehow low – it is considerably more practical to fish than to pursue a passion for storytelling. But not for Heng Raksmey.
Long-term Siem Reap resident and Filipino expat Loven Ramos hasn’t just carved out a career in the Kingdom – he’s carved out several careers.
Written by 21 of the most well-experienced and known young writers, Mun Teuk Kmao or The Magic of Black Ink is a collection of short novels and poetry that was first launched during the 6th Cambodian Book Fair 2017.
In yet another thriller series by renowned horror and thriller writer, Graham Masterton, “Condor” is a masterpiece on the story of an ambitious American senator who is all so willing to risk the lives of his entire nation to strengthen his bid in the coming race for the White House leadership.
The world we are living in is not static. Nothing lasts forever, and change is what counts. This is a fictional story about the world in 2051, which is good for those who like to see what the future will hold.
Hang Achariya, considered the sexiest male model in Cambodia, is now a rising star in TV dramas and also a well-known writer of short stories.
Van Chesda, 22, a writer and singer of original songs, joined the IAmOriginal team in 2016, after becoming well known to the public with the song “Father”.
Kim Dyna is a young novelist who recently graduated from a TESOL programme at Pannasastra University of Cambodia.
Coming from the humblest of backgrounds, Bin Yan, a member of the Kouy minority writes to inspire young people who face hardships like he has.