– ‘With Her Diamond Teeth’ in The Dark, 4,988 words
Short story. A lesbian horror re-telling of Chalawan the crocodile, a Thai folk tale. Concerns marriage, the difficulty of sisterhood, and crocodile women.
(Featured on the 2016 Locus Recommended Reading List)
– ‘A Mermaid in The Mermaid’ in Issue 12 ‘Joke’, Stone Telling (April 2015), 24 lines
Rhymed mermaid poetry. Yes, it is a joke. It’s set in one of my favourite places, the seaside town of Rye. (Read more about it here.)
– ‘How We Are Marked’ in Issue 5, Interfictions Online (June 2015)
A prose-poem-ish thing. Bodies between time, gender, sexuality, histories in Ban Chiang, Northeastern Thailand. (Read more about it here.)
– ‘She Shines Like a Moon’, Issue 7 ‘Skins’, Lackington’s Magazine (July 2015), 1,500 words
Prose-poetry. In north London, a genderqueer krasue balances nightly hunts on the Heath with daytime knitting, but finds isolation and English weather hard to bear.
– ‘Candidate 45, Pensri Suesat’, Journal of Unlikely Academia, Unlikely Story (October 2015), about 5000 words
Short fiction. Art education, angels, and epistemological injustice.
– ‘The Insects and Women Sing Together’ in THE SEA IS OURS: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia, eds Jaymee Goh & Joyce Chng, Rosarium Publishing (November 2015), 7,480 words
Short fiction. Two girls reach an age where their lives change utterly: Kaew is a girl in rural Khorat who secretly dreams of making machines, while her mother, Amphon, makes a living out of secrets; her past was re-made by the command of a singular Lady Mo, the necessity of war, and the quiet whirr of certain insects.
– ‘The Rice Mother in Red’ in Issue 35, The Future Fire (December 2015)
Short fiction. Thai Londoners come into possession of a rice goddess’ wandering cat and the earth goddess’ wayward heart.