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10 THAI SHORT STORIES - 2010
Ten Thai writers

 

Ariya’s first voyage – SIRIWORN KAEWKAN
generosity – TAK WONG-RAT
Fresh Kills – KANTORN AKSORNNAM
the flower jail – MANOTE PHROMSING
in a public place and in accordance with the law – PAITOON THANYA
that crazy story – JARAN YANG-YUEN
it looks like rain – REWAT PANPIPAT
the sky-blue jar – PANU TRIVEJ
just looking – JIRAT CHALERMSANYAKORN
a tale without a name – WIWAT LERTWIWATWONGSA

Four of these outstanding Thai short stories
are published in English for the first time.
The others appeared first in the Bangkok Post.
All mark new trends in Thai fiction writing
and deserve the widest readership.

 

 

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