April 9, 2016
Very excited to have a short story in HEAT. HEAT is one of three new anthologies – HEAT, FLESH & TRASH – from cult Malaysian publisher, Fixi Novo, showcasing Southeast Asian urban fiction. Edited by Khairani Barokka and Ng Yi-Sheng, HEAT also features stories by Gabriela Lee, Zed Adam Idris, Vina Jie-Min Prasad, Rewat Panpipat (translated by Marcel Barang), […]
An advance review is in for Portable Curiosities: 4.5 stars in Books + Publishing. ‘Armed with an uncanny ability to capture the zeitgeist of the time—whether it be contemporary society’s obsession with foodie culture or institutionalised racism and misogyny—Australian writer Julie Koh’s darkly satirical and convulsively funny short-story collection Portable Curiosities is as unsettling as it is edifying.’ […]
January 1, 2016
Happy New Year! I was quite relieved to see the end of 2015 – a big year of behind-the-scenes work in preparation for a bumper 2016. I spent the months leading up to Christmas working madly on my first full-length short story collection for UQP. We’re now done with the editing phase, and the book is almost ready to […]
December 13, 2015
If you’re free tomorrow night, come to Little Fictions at Knox Street Bar. Actor Lauren Hamilton Neill will be reading an excerpt from my short story, ‘Endless City’, from Capital Misfits. Starts at 7pm. Details here and here.
October 8, 2015
Extremely pleased that one of my short stories, ‘The Level Playing Field’, has been included in The Best Australian Stories 2015, which will be out in November. The story was originally published in my Spineless Wonders ebook collection, Capital Misfits.