Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Tunku Halim Anthologised

Tunku Halim wrote to tell me that his story Biggest Baddest Bomoh is included in the soon-to-be published The Apex Book of World Sci-Fi.

It is an anthology of genre short stories from around the world. Edited by Lavie Tidhar, the book focuses on Asian and European writers, and includes stories from China, India, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Croatia, France, and the Netherlands.

It can be pre-ordered from the website.

Our congrats, Hal!


Madcap Machinist said...


bibliobibuli said...

it was a typo, honest. :-D

Chet said...

Yes, "Y" and "U" next to each other on the keyboard.

In the old days, that typo would have resulted in the decree "off with this blogger's head!"

bibliobibuli said...

howd'ya know tunky isn't my pet name for halim?

Anonymous said...

Congrats, Tunku Halim!

Anonymous said...

Amusing that the book comes from the publisher with a discount for a Jewish book.

The Malaysian government might not be amused, though.