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Bookmark: Invisible Cities #7 - Southeast Asian Steampunk

Jaymee Goh

19-Apr-16 14:00

Bookmark: Invisible Cities #7 - Southeast Asian Steampunk

This week on Invisible Cities, Uma - with special guest Jaymee Goh - takes you into the far-fetched and the fantastical, into a dynamic sci-fi take of our collective back yards, into the sights and sounds and streets of a steampunk Southeast Asia.


Show Notes:


i. You can buy a copy of The SEA is Ours here


ii. Be sure to check out Jaymee Goh's blog here and her bibliography here.


iii. If you'd like a crowd-sourced bibliography of Malaysian Anglophone science fiction from and for the masses, check out the following Google Sheet


iv. And finally, there are a whole bunch of Southeast Asian writers that are eligible for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. Check out the list here.


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